Papa, who had been in town since Wednesday, had to leave for work in Colorado on Sunday evening. Here he is with his two best girls. They both love to kiss him.
Sam and Charlie also had to fly out that evening for a family funeral in Southern California, so it was lucky for me that Annie and tribe were able to hang around for a few more days. Otherwise, it would have just been me and Wrangler for three days. And yes, I love the boy, but that would have been a bit too much quality time.
Sunday was a pretty quiet day. We played games and read books and watched movies and planned activities for the rest of the week. The dominoes were a big hit.
I spent most of the evening ferrying people to the two Dallas airports and getting lost on the way home.
We went to Costco on Monday.
Costco is a great form of entertainment when it's too hot outside to do much of anything.
Annie and kids tried out the big chair.
Gabe was more interested in wanting to know where Daddy was and refused to get out of the cart.
We bought books and groceries and ate lots of samples, and then stopped for frozen yogurt on the way out.
Did you know that two Costco frozen yogurts will feed five kids and their mom and nana?
Best bargain ever.
Edwin wasn't thrilled with the idea, so he got a beef sandwich.
Baby girl loves sugar in any form.
Seen on the way home. Texan humour.
More playing at the splash pad when we got home and then everyone was happy to vegetate in front of a Redbox movie.
And did I mention that by the end of Sunday, Luke and Bryce were both calling me "Nana"?