Sunday, August 19, 2012

Our weekend

I had a few errands to run on Saturday.  I had only been gone all of 15 minutes when I get a text from Tony telling me to get home quick and that Vince had cut his finger on his pocket knife.  My heart sank a little and when I walked in the front door to find a trail of blood from the door into the kitchen, I freaked out a lot.  Vince was calm but as soon as he saw me, he lost it and wouldn't let anyone touch it.   We weren't sure if he'd need stitches or not so we headed out to KidMed to be safe.  Turns out it wasn't as bad as it seemed and he wouldn't need stitches after all, thank goodness.  With 2 boys in the house, I'm sure this is only the first of many trips to KidMed/ER.  They're probably gonna know us by name once Dom gets a little older.  
 Luckily, he only needs his thumbs to play his Nintendo 3DS or he would've been really upset!
 Here's the other trouble maker...but he was actually being good and "reading" for awhile.
I think transitioning to milk next month will be smooth as he's already started to wean himself off of bottles....this kid LOVES food.  You name it, he'll eat it.  Tonight Tony and I had taco salads and Vince had spaghettios...Dom had bites of each and loved them.  He especially liked the ground beef of our salads and the meatballs in spaghettios!!  I couldn't believe it.  This is gonna be so different than feeding Vince.  I also let him try the finer chocolate pudding.
Yeah, he really liked it.  Just to showcase the difference between the two:  Vince got a small spot of pudding on his shirt and he asked if he could take it off and I could wash it....then I looked at Dom who was covered in pudding and enjoying every minute of it.  Wow.  There's a reason he's earned his nickname "hellian".
We also had a visit from Uncle Rob and Aunt Judy this morning.  Vince and Rob played baseball (yes, Rob is wearing Vince's helmet).
 Then we went out to breakfast....where Dom ate everything in sight.  I'm pretty sure breakfast in public with 2 kids was just the birth control they needed!
We then came home and both boys and myself took a 2 hour was AMAZING!  All in all it was a good weekend...a few lessons learned (on Vince's and Daddy's behalf) and a few good friends.

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