It's double digits for Caden from now on!
Friday he had six friends stay the night.
There were no fights or pouting, but we did have a few interesting moments.
Like when two boys, while holding onto each others arms, kicked the other in the family jewels!
Both went down.
I'm not sure what exactly they thought was going to be the outcome in that situation, other than both of them squirming on the floor trying not to cry. hmm.
Or when at 530am one boy decided to chase a cat and trampled all the other boys that were laying on the floor, waking them all up and none when back to sleep.
It was a good thing their football game was cancelled due to the rain because all of them were exhausted and ready for a nap when we took them home at 11a.
Below are a few pictures of the fun and we really did have a good time.
He's got the best smile.
Colton and the girlfriend.
The reflection off the plastic made a creepy looking mustache on her.
How do you like my new glasses?
I don't care for them much.
It's never a good idea to select your new glasses, that you will usually have for a minimum of a year, after having just had your eyes dilated.
Things are not quite what they seem.
For instance I was sure the frames were black. Just a basic color that will go with anything, but no.
Imagine my surprise when I got them and the frames were purple.
And I know I ordered the anti-glare coating for the lenses, but every damn picture of me with these glasses on there is some kind of glare and with the glare the lens kinda distorts my eye, making it look all squinty.
I don't take the best pictures anyhow and with this glare/squinty thing going on all are doomed to be ones I'd rather delete than keep.
Maybe if I had a fancy picture editing program I could figure out how to get rid of the glare and take care of one problem, but I don't.
Yesterday we went to an outdoor wedding.
I mentioned that the football game was cancelled due to rain, well the outdoor wedding wasn't.
I'll save that wet experience for another post.
Enjoy your Sunday :)