I know our married kids do not like sleeping in twin beds....
Shortly after Tyler and Karen with their three arrived from Vancouver,
I apologized that we still had the twins beds,
but they readily said, "Oh no it's okay. No problem."
But the next morning when I peeked into their room, this is what I saw...
They like each other, what can I say.
It's one thing to see my granddaughter Juliet in pictures and FaceTime.
It's another to have her and Mommy Karen right here in our family room.
No matter what time of day it is, if Leo has not seen me for more than a few minutes
he greets me with: "Good Morning Grandma Honey!"
Can you see the sleepy in Rich's eyes?
Very first thing after he woke up Saturday morning he wanted to check out the pool.
A historical picture.
Tyler playing with his old Star War figures with his sons!
Richie helping with the smoothies
Grandma Honey took the easy way out this time.
Then I had the idea of making Pretzel Turtles.
But Leo couldn't quite make it beyond opening the Rolos and popping them in his mouth.
Over and over again.
Den and Tyler had a very long catch up talk.
Later on Den found me in the kitchen and said to me, "I am SO proud of Tyler!"
Why have I hardly even noticed this water spigot on the side of the house??
The boys cannot get enough of it...especially Leo!
I sent Grandpa out late at night to make sure it was OFF.
So I walk into the boys room tonight and see water bottles all over the floor.
As I get down on the floor to pick them up I notice the labels are all taken off them.
Well of course. Why didn't I think of this....
Creative grandsons for sure.
So is Karen... for thinking of putting Grandpa's hat on Richie
when we were out of sun screen.
Tonight I asked Richie to set the table,
and I asked him to put one napkin on each plate.
Didn't he do the best job!
2 days down, 13 to go.
I want to savor them all.