Mason started his weekend off on the right foot. At the end of each camp week, they choose one boy and one girl to receive a gift for their good behavior. Mason was thrilled to get the prize.
What would we do without our Mickey Mouse?!
Brody's "owl" lost a wing, so we took him to the hospital. She saved him.
Right about the time for us to eat dinner Friday night, our power went out. After sitting around for a while, we decided to try out the new ice cream spot in town. They even have cookie dough balls.
Brody did not like the power going out while he was in the dark playroom by himself. Poor guy was petrified to go back....he begged us to let him spend the night with MM and Pops. He spent the night out and us and Mason headed home. The power ended up coming back on right before we fell asleep.
Saturday morning we headed back to the Y to swim.
They love a good picnic.
Fun Saturday night spent at my work. John got a little Zoom...
And I went on and cleaned the boys' teeth.
They were scheduled for this week, so it worked out.
They were both so big. No cavity club.
Hopefully they still don't have any after this strawberry cake after dinner.
No caption needed. Ha.
Sunday morning before church. They were looking so cute and being so sweet to each other.
We went back to the Y Sunday afternoon for a couple of hours.
It was HOT outside.
And then we met Mr. Ben, Mrs. Melissa, and Baby Wells at their parents' pool.
Wells is the sweetest.
These two just love swimming.
They entertained each other all afternoon.
Another talent we are thankful for....ironing.
I do not iron. I have certainly tried, and I'm just not good at it. AT ALL.
John and I are going to San Francisco and some shirts just have to be ironed.
MM to the rescue again.
This week, Brody goes to camp (school) and Mason is with my mom. But Monday, he got to go to the Tennessee Titans Football Camp. It was 9-3 and he had a ball. He was hoping it lasted all week.
Here he is in his football stance.
Brody's school had secret agent dress up day.
He wasn't nervous about not knowing a soul (but he ended up knowing one kid), but he was concerned that he didn't know the right rules for football.
But he had a great time and said he learned how to play. He says he scored a touchdown in the little game they played at the end. He was pretty excited. John may have been even more excited...
John and I are getting ready to head out of town this week. Our 10 year anniversary was in March, but we knew we were going to a wedding in San Francisco and decided to make that our official celebration Looking forward to some adult time in a big city!!