Wednesday, Cohen was so excited to have Daddy home that we did some dancing. Then the boys watched TV while I made a cover for my camera strap. That afternoon, we headed out for some 4th of July partying where people fed my kids all kind of sugar. Then there was some playground playing before he ate some more sugar. We cut our night short in order to get Cohen in bed at his regular time.
Thursday, we headed to the pediatrician's office first thing. I believe that was the first time we sat in an empty waiting room. Then we sat in the exam room for an hour while Cohen tried to break everything and I got way too frustrated and impatient. We left that office with a cool band-aid that made the shot not hurt so bad. We enjoyed a sandwich and some yogurt and a little Yo Gabba Gabba before taking a blissfully long nap. I was feeling sick, so dinner was not homemade. Cohen and daddy spent the evening hanging out while I rested.
Saturday morning was a lazy one, so while Cohen and his daddy spent some quality time together, I made my first batch of homemade spaghetti sauce from garden tomatoes. Yum. During naptime, I prepared a present for Cohen's friend, and then we were off to the party where Cohen 1. popped bubbles 2. looked adorable with his friends and 3. watched someone else receive fun toys. After the party, we stopped by the craft store, and I managed to buy some thread to hem Travis's pants and 2 books about tractors. Hos does that happen? Dinner at our favorite neighborhood resturant, and we were done with the day.
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