Our kids have figured out what grown up do after they go to bed. They were awakened by noise, laughing, and screaming, I know GASP, They came running into our room and what they saw has shocked them for life. There lay Mom and Dad hiding under the covers with the children’s Nintendo’s deep in a a game of Mario Vs. Luigi. All this time the kids put there Nintendo DS’s on the chargers and head to bed, only to learn that Mom and Dad secretly take their games and play them. Oh the therapy bills are going to be huge. Now that we have been caught what are we going to do in bed at nights…
I’ll move on to something else before I get myself into trouble. Sometimes I’m not sure what to write. I have the purpose of keeping this sort of as a family journal and also keeping family up to date on what life is like for the O’Barr’s in Nevada. Anyway, soccer has started back up for Tanner so evenings are busy, luckily practices are so close to home that it doesn’t take a lot out of us to get him there and home.
Danny was up well after 1 am last night, which is nothing at all like our normal schedule. Work issues. Anyway, he didn’t get up like normal so Emma and Tanner brought Danny and I breakfast in bed this morning. It was sweet of them to think of us. They are good kids.
I’ve been making some plans for summer. The kids both have sport camps scheduled for July at BYU/Provo. Unfortunately their individual camps didn’t work out to be on the same dates so I’ll be traveling to Utah twice this summer just weeks apart unless I can find us a place to stay for a month in the Provo area. I’m working on that. I really wanted to go to Alaska this summer, but I just can’t see a way to make it work. I’d drive it with my kids, but gas would be so much money and air line tickets are going to cost too much also. So it looks like there will be many late afternoons napping on the beach at Lake Tahoe. Anyone is welcome to come and join us.
I guess that is it for me. Alyssa is into the dog food, and Aubrey thinks she is starving. I’m still going to the gym every morning, but I’m not sure I’m losing any weight, but I’m going to keep at it. Yosemite is still calling out to me, and I can’t wait till we can get out there and start exploring.