Rock Star recently had to have surgery (she may blog about that some day) and I got to help out with the kiddos. Pop was working so he didn't get to play as much as I did and we missed him. He stopped by when he could and was always warmly (and loudly) welcomed.
One of the worst things for Rock Star was being restricted...she couldn't lift her smallest superhero and he wanted so much for her to pick him up...check out this precious lil guy...he has mad climbing skills so when his momma would sit down, he'd climb up and snuggle up next to her. It is so hard when they are too little to understand.
We made the most of the time we had and the days went quickly. PhoJo is a one-of-a-kind superhero dad...When he wasn't working, he was working at home taking care of things...we tag-teamed the kiddos, did laundry, and made meals. Even though Rock Star needed to rest and recover, she thought of things to do with the kids. Check out our play dough fun...What a kick!
We built Trio block buildings and bridges.
We watched some fun shows.
We made a birthday card for Nana (Grammy's Mom...not Daddy's Mom). Making cards was fun but taking a picture of all the kids with their cards was painful for the littlest guy. By the time Rock Star gave up, he was still crying and the big brothers and sister were bored.
We played in the water.
We even took down a dead tree in the front yard with our bare hands - with permission, of course!!
Of course, the sisters (except the currently Indiana sister) came over to visit and cheer up Rock Star and the cousins had some stellar play time and shared a meal.
Rock Star is recovering nicely and hasn't needed our help to run her household for a while now and I never want my children down...but...spending time with our grandchildren is always time well spent. I'm grateful I am here and available. God is good!