We had a pretty low-key weekend, but it felt like just what we needed! We met Jared downtown for Friday lunch. It was our first time all out of the house together since our community stomach bug. Porter wanted to go to Arby's so we made it happen. As we waited for our food, Jared brought some pickles, peppers and onions to our table. Porter was feeling adventurous and asked if he could try an onion. He popped the whole ring in his mouth and was fine at first, but after a few seconds yelled that it was spicy.
Friday night is usually pizza night but it wasn't sounding good so we decided to hit up Johnnie's. Porter decided his kid's meal wasn't for him and shared my salad instead.
After dinner we went to Lowe's and bought a new patio set.
Saturday was full of playing outside and cleaning out closets for the big move. Neither boy napped, so I wasn't very surprised when I walked in Porter's room to find this:
I decided to wake him up for dinner but he wasn't happy about it.
Paxton got a new bed set for his room at the new house but was too excited to wait so we put it on.
And while we were cleaning out closets, we found Allison, my Cabbage Patch doll from when I was tiny. Porter grabbed her right before bedtime and said he wanted to show her his fish (the lights from his sound machine) and he snuggled up with her in his bed. My heart melted when I came in to check on him and he had her wrapped in his blankie.
Sunday was filled with more outside time and Paxton spent rest time Doug some drawing. He wrote his whole name for the first time and figured out how to draw a house. I love the roof and little chimney.
After rests and picking up groceries, we took the Jeeps out to the front yard. A lady came to pick up our old patio set and the boys were completely hilarious with her. They just kept talking her ear off about the baby in Mommy's tummy and their Jeeps and how old they were. I was just cracking up the whole time.
This morning, Porter and I had a lazy morning watching Mulan and he wanted to feel his baby brother kick.