We had our
very late three year old checkup last week. It was also a follow-up visit to check those ears. All was well per Dr. Bubba and we are now flu-season ready.
He weighed 31 lbs and was 37 1/2 in tall.
Mason's school cheered on Jim Jaggers while he rode his bike around town for St. Jude. I loved this picture of him with his class and teacher.
We were football ready on Friday....Batman included.
Saturday morning, John left for Green Bay, WI for the Packers/Seahawks game, but the boys and I had a busy day planned. We went to Ethan's birthday party first and had a BLAST. There were a ton of boys there and they literally just ran around playing tag.
Saturday night, we put our Ole Miss attire on and headed over to Melissa's house to watch the Bama game with our tailgating crew.
Brody is pretending to care about the game here. Ha
The game turned out to be the longest four ours of my life but amazing at the same time. This was during the first half when we just couldn't believe we were doing so well! I love Brody in this picture.
Touchdown Ole Miss!!
The boys were troopers and had a blast, but we went home at halftime (literally at 10:00pm) so they could go to bed. I had to watch that dern second half alone!!! I don't know how many times I had to leave the room because I just couldn't watch. But in the end...we won!
We celebrated with popsicles Sunday afternoon while playing with our neighbors.
While John and Ben tailgated in Green Bay. They had a great time. They were on the third row and got to watch a Packers win during a night game. Melissa and I are going next time!!
(note: they may have left their tickets in the hotel room and had to go back to get. they also may have left their jackets in the car. I will omit the fact that they missed their connecting flight. Ha. )
He said he just couldn't believe how nice the stadium was.
We looked for them on tv which yelling Go Pack Go.
We woke up to Ole Miss being on the cover on SI.
(lets hope the curse doesn't get us)
And Brody got to pick out a toy for pooping on the potty....yes, this is still an issue but I'm hoping we are close to solving it!
This is why I despise Legos.
Mason's school is celebrating their 20th anniversary this week. They got to wear wacky hats for Wacky Wednesday. Apparently he was the talk of the town...all the kids wanted to eat his cheese he said.
The boys were excited their Dad was back.
Here are a couple more pictures of Wacky Wednesday. He has the best teacher! =)