Our week has been less than extraordinary around here. We had just gotten over bronchitis and Catergory 5 colds, been given a glimpse of what normal life was like and returned to school for a day or two when the next bug hit. The worst kind of bug.
So I haven't blogged much because no one wants to hear about all that.
So instead I've been playing catch up....like finally finishing my Blog book from 2010 that only took 10 months to complete. I'm taking a breather before embarking on 2011.
In the meantime, I emptied my camera and found some pics to share.
Like this little guy.
and this picture that reminded me of a little "adventure" we had last weekend.
We had a free Saturday (we thought we were just getting over that little bug), so we decided to plow through naptime and go explore some different areas. We headed to Coronado Island.
Andy had some work to do, so he decided to stay in the car with the kids while I explored the grounds of the Del Hotel.
I get a call about 30 minutes later to hear that our car is completely dead.
"Where are you?", I asked?
"I don't know....way too far for you to walk....I don't know what I'm going to do....kids are crying....I got to go...."....Click.
My phone was almost dead as well. So while I was cursing the fact that our AAA membership had run out, I tried to think of what else I could do. About nothing.
In my husband's words, it was "way too far to walk"so I decided to take in a few moments of peace before my next phone call.
The phone rang about two seconds later.
"Would you just come to the car???!!! I need help!"
Um, I thought you said it was too far to walk....where are you?
He yelled out two cross streets before hanging up.....as I heard kids crying in the background.
I turns out that he was just a quick 3 block walk away......and was maaayyybe being a little dramatic.
When I got to the car, Addison was bawling and in a panic because..."the show is broken".....nevermind the fact, that the car won't turn on....she was only worried about how this would affect the completion of the movie she had been watching.
The movie she had been watching......
The movie she had been watching running down the car battery for the last 45 minutes.
Andy said he was trying to save gas.
All turned out fine when we flagged down a kind man who helped us jump the car and were up and running minutes later.
The next day we got ready for a friend's Super Bowl party. I was so excited to be getting out of the house and socialize after been "sick bound" for what had seemed like forever.
And this girl looked healthy, right?
Let's go watch some football!!!!.....er, commericals
Still looking pretty healthy, huh?
We got to the party and had only been there about 30 minutes when Addison threw up all over my friend's parents' bathroom.
UGH.....for so many reasons.
So our week consisted of more stay at home activities, and lots and lots of shows.....& Clorox.
and just when Addison had FINALLY got back to normal,
it hit this guy.