We had an appointment to check Levi’s eyes today. (He gets to take the patch off except for four hours every day. Yay!) Auntie Lou works at the eye center, and I tried to schedule the appointment so we could have lunch together after. I was close enough, so we all went to Wendy’s.
So Elias had chicken nuggets and french fries and chocolate milk and his Auntie. It’s possible he could have been happier, but I’m not sure how.
Levi wore his self-captioning shirt from Disney.
Both boys were so completely happy that they fell asleep in the car on the way home, and didn’t even protest being transferred to bed.
I walked out later in the afternoon to find this:
I just love it when they share this chair. Sometimes (though I’ve never been able to get it in a photo) they have their arms around each other. You can see in this picture that there’s not much extra room in that chair anymore, and I’m afraid the days of sharing it are nearly over. I’m a little sad.
On the other hand, when they can’t share the chair anymore there’ll be a little room between them so they’ll have to actually get up and move before engaging in hand-to-hand combat. So that’s a silver lining.