I might as well skip this considering how VERY VERY LATE it is, but 60 is such a nice even number I’m just going to go with it. Plus I don’t have the energy to recap all of last week with real words, so pictures and captions will have to do.
E entertained the kids while I considered dying from exhaustion, a sore throat and a cough
Wonderful surprise cup coozie from my friend @emilybilbrey
This is what packing and cleaning the house looks like when you're sick - Twitter & football
Cookies for breakfast?! It must be someone's birthday!!
The kids LOVE my Understanding Exposure photography book
Even though we did NOTHING all day, she was happy to be ONE!
Totally entranced by this stupid toy at the car repair place
This is in front of the post office, a few days before Christmas. Our town is kind of sad.
Wrapping ALL THE THINGS
Woke the kids up at o'dark thirty to get on the road
Playing with his Aunt Carolyn, who lives in Africa so we NEVER see her
STILL. SO. SICK.
Jam and bread? Don't mind if I do!
I ate so many waffle fries I didn't even have room for a peppermint milkshake. TRAGIC.
Helping Carolyn pick out a new (old)(really really old) camera
Puking toddler landed us in the ER at 8 pm because the doctor was worried about dehydration. Thank goodness for Zofran.
Vintage trains & Legos
Watcha doin' Caroline? Oh just hanging out.
Forced festiveness at Reston Town Center
At least WE liked ice skating
This is how you juggle two napless kids so your wife can chat with her friends
I think I am finally over my cold/respiratory infection and Little Evan hasn’t thrown up in a couple of days (although he did ask for medicine for his hurt tummy a couple times) so MAAAAAAYBE we will get to enjoy a few days of relaxing family time while E is off of work. Of course there are also a zillion decorations to put away, two fridges to clean, a mountain of laundry and way too many new toys to find homes for, so “relaxing” is a relative term. At least I can check my week in iPhone photos wrap up off my list!