April 2, 2010: Really? You don’t ever walk into your bedroom and find three cowboys hanging out on your bed?
April 3, 2010: For a change of pace, we all went to Wondercon at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for the day. Zach and I had never been to a comic convention and when we saw this one advertised in one of Wyatt’s comic books a few weeks earlier we thought it might be a fun family outing. Wyatt and Augie wore their Batman and Robin costumes and got a lot of attention which surprised me a little since so many other people there were dressed up in much fancier costumes. Wyatt did not like having his picture taken by strangers, but he did agree to pose with a big Batman. I happily got my picture made with a couple of stormtroopers and also managed to resist saying “These are not the droids you’re looking for.” Which I’m sure they appreciated.
April 4, 2010: Easter morning! The Easter bunny brought the kids the usual candy and toothbrushes along with a toy lawnmower for August and a Lego set for Wyatt. Augie was thrilled to get his hands on M&Ms for the first time and Wyatt was thrilled to get his hands on M&Ms for the millionth time.
April 5, 2010: I so wish I could remember what I did that prompted Wyatt to create this sign banning me from the kitchen. If I had to guess, I’d say it was probably because I wouldn’t let him drink chocolate milk at breakfast.
April 6, 2010: The snail colosseum! Wyatt and I constructed an arena out of some bricks, then we hunted down four or five snails and put them inside to see which one would find it’s way out first. Can I just tell you how totally dumb snails are? That one up on top had a huge lead over everyone else, but then he just turned around and slithered right back into the arena. Some other snail who was way behind totally beat him but even that one went back and forth a bunch of times before she hit the cement. It’s like they didn’t even know they were racing or something. Duh!
April 7, 2010: Mmmmmm…Jamie Oliver’s evolution carrot salad!
April 8, 2010: Wyatt stopped to play on the bike rack on our way over to Trader Joe’s.