Happy Monday, Friends!!! This weekend was a whirlwind and so much fun!
We started Saturday morning off bright and early with presents and pancakes.
Remote control boat for the win!
And a new Snap Circuits set!
We sang and had a candle in the pancakes and in typical firstborn fashion he had "hand shields" up to prevent a pesky sibling from blowing out his candle :)
Playing Snap Circuits and facetiming with Gibi.
Since we were up early we had a couple of hours to play before heading to dance and errands and such.
After dance and the grocery store we headed to Mason's baseball game
Number six was ready to play
And these two were being so stinkin' sweet!
She ADORES him!
So, maybe this is common practice, but I thought it was SUCH a good idea.... they brought buckets with each of the kids names on them for them to put their gloves, water, hats, etc. in when they weren't using them. So good, right?!?!
Cheering for her big brother up next...
Dave had to head in to work about halfway through the game and y'all... this little Daddy's Girl gave me a run for my money. I was totally that mom with a kid in makeshift timeout bawling her eyes out. The kid was bawling - not the mom. hahaha But there was a good chance I was close to bawling. In my experience three and a half to four and a half years old is NO JOKE. I sent this picture to Dave when we left with the text "heading to Starbucks" :)
When we got home GG took a nap (#allthepraisehands) and the boys and I headed outside to try out the remote control boat and get some planting done.
Gibi came over Saturday night (Haha was still at the lakehouse checking on the work they're having done out there) and gave Luke his present...
Excited is an understatement. It was something Pokemon that he had been begging for... a pack of a million and seventeen cards or something :)
A few Sunday morning shenanigans!
... and then Dave took the kids to a birthday party at the movie theater while I got things ready for our "Family Fiesta" on Sunday night.
One of Mason's classmates was having a birthday and they reserved a theater for the Kindergarteners and their families to watch Boss Baby! SO FUN! Apparently the party was "army" theme and they all got hats :)
Please note Griffin's newest picture face...
I mean... how fun is that?!?!
Sunday evening we had our annual "Family Fiesta"... but I'll share about that tomorrow.
I hope y'all have a wonderful Monday!!!