Thursday, March 24, 2005

Sorry to Ignore You

I've been a little pre-occupied with the new truck. Sorry for not blogging more here, on the site that started it all.

So a recap of current events:

First and most importantly, The Boss Lady is on a FOUR DAY WEEKEND! Yeah!

The Princess is now choosing to walk a lot of time. She will stop crawling, stand up and walk the rest of the way to her destination or some other great distraction along the way.

She also has a tooth! Beat her brother by a month on walking and three weeks on getting first chompers.

The Talker has gone completely insane for Buzz Lightyear. He has a pair of Buzz pajamas that he has worn all day long. He might of slept in them last night, too. I know he was begging to wear them tonight, but they stink. So no dice. No more Buzz pajamas until they visit the space-washer out in the garage. Even so, the Buzz dolls, both big and small, will sleep in the bed with him, so life is good. I just hope he does not bend his laser while he sleeps.

We hit the hardware store this morning to return some toys, oops, tools. On the way home, we stopped my old office so the boy could play in the giant sand play area. On the way home, I asked if he wanted to eat lunch at McD's. Luckily for me, he wanted Chic-Fil-A! McD's playscape is bigger, but Chic-Fil-A's is not as "scary".

So the day was wasted, running errands and goofing off, but at least we did not have to eat at McDonald's. Yeah!


Chip said...

wow, lots going on. the truck project sounds great! keep the updates coming! I loved the photos of the truck in your driveway, neighbors must love it :) and your head mechanic looks pretty serious.

Good luck once the Princess starts walking. Two walking toddlers in one household can get more hectic that you'd like. And even when they walk they still want the stroller. We ended up having to get a double stroller. And don't even get me started on stinky bedding and pajamas...

Rick said...

I don't understand the concept of returning tools to the hardware store. What exactly do you mean by this?

Mike said...

Yeah, it ws odd. I bought a bunch of stuff to help get the truck onto a trailer or cardolly. Since I didn't tow it home, Harbor Freight got their tools back.