Chillaxen...you know, chilling and relaxing. That's what we were doing at my brother and his wife's house and at the hotel during our Spring Break.
After eating lunch at Zips (post from yesterday) we headed to their house to visit and let the kids play and get reacquainted. I decided that when my friend got to the house I would allow Ian and Lee to go across the street and play at the playground with her older children. I will tell you I didn't allow Dru to go because the boys would not have looked out for him and would have walked all over him...just wasn't worth it for him to go.
He, however, had different thoughts and was very, very angry with me. Here he is with his brother and cousin looking forlornly out the window watching the bigger kids play. Dru carried on for close to an hour, he was dedicated to his cause, he didn't even stop when put in a different room...he wanted his Isaac and NOTHING was going to do until he had him with in arms reach. He didn't stop bawling until his Isaac came in the door and the tears magically dried up with the snap of a a finger...I have laughed several times over this picture. My nephew is stinking cute and hilarious (he could have asked me for the moon that weekend and I'd have gotten it for him!). I was calling Samuel's name and after several times this was the look I got. He didn't appreciate being disrupted in what he was doing and he was NOT happy with me that Dru was crying and for some reason Eli was feeling empathy for Dru. Notice those two in the background? Shortly after this picture Dru just lost it and that's when the bawling began.
Tomorrow will be our fun-filled day at the farm!