Not that there weren't several high points -- watching Aiden get so enthralled with his new paintings was one. Both days at the dog park, he wanted to sit on the bench and color in his pictures. And all of the ones he's done have been visually stunning. Lisa wants to scan them all in and make some sort of big display of them. I hope she does -- the pictures look really good.
Evan, on the other hand, takes too much after his dad. He just wanted to play video games this weekend. He played quite a bit of Real Racing 2 on the iPad, as well as a multitude of other iPad games. I'm convinced that his ability to jump from game to game and never get bored or stuck on any single one is going to change the way developers make, and children today consume, video games and other electronic entertainment.
I can't say I wanted to do much else, myself. I would much rather have plopped myself in front of the TV and played video games all day than take care of shopping. However, it was pretty killer to be able to chill with the little dudes and Lisa, so I'm certainly not complaining.
Here are some pictures showing off what we did this weekend (I'll try to get more in the future):
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