Tyler and I were sitting in the bleachers at one of Trace's first basketball games. He's not allowed to wear his watch during his games and Tyler noticed that Trace still had his watch on and the game was starting. Tyler yelled at him, "TRACE, YOUR WATCH." To which Trace replied, "IT'S ELEVEN O'CLOCK."
We went out for Chick-fil-A free meal…we dressed up like a cow.
Nash has been very interested in how Erin feeds baby Elle. He always wants to stick around when Erin is feeding her. One day I was holding Elle and Nash said "Are you feeding her with your Nibbles?"
At breakfast this morning, I told Sydney that I ran into Rachelle, (tyler's cousin) and she said her daughter Maggie is taking sewing class. Sydney has been wanting to learn how to sew so I told her we could sign her up some time. Nash, who was on the other side of the room came over and said "What? I want to do it." And I said, "You want to take a sewing class?" We said you sure about that Nash sewing is for girls Nash said, "Oh, I thought you meant knitting."
During breakfast, Dad was making lots of jokes. Everyone was laughing really hard and finally Sydney said "what's everyone laughing about?" Nash, in a surprising tone said, "You don't know?" Sydney shook her head. Knowing that the jokes dad was making were over Nash's head I said, "Nash, go ahead and tell Sydney what's so funny." To which Nash quickly replied, "I HAVE NO IDEA!"
Tonight we drove the Alpine Loop to see the beautiful mountain and leaves changing colors. When we got home, Tyler told Nash, thanks for being a good boy on our ride. Nash said he needed a reward and Tyler said being in our family is reward enough. Nash said that wasn't good enough. Then, Sydney chimed in and said. "How would you like to go to a poor family, there's plenty of those out there and that can be arranged."
Tyler read Liar, Liar (a blog story) to the kids last night and reminded Sydney about how she needs to tell the truth about something she fibbed about earlier in the day. Sydney said, "I was telling the truth--ish."