Monday, September 28, 2009

The first day back

We left the hospital at ten last night. I moved us out by myself, as The Wife was not feeling well. He came home and played until it was time for the midnight diaper change, when he cuddles up with Mommy and fell asleep. It wound up being quite an easy night for The Boy and me, but a difficult one for The Wife, as Younger Bro was up for most of the night.

We were all awake at 7:30, and we ate Rice Chex for breakfast. After some playing, The Wife took the baby to Yom Kippur services. The Boy and I napped until around 1:30. After some snacks, I took the boys for a long walk.

After the walk, we all went to the local Chili's. They have a night every year where they donate all of their profits to St. Jude's cancer research. The boys were in prime form tonight, but the restaurant folks were happy to see a cancer patient. They gave him a shirt and a necklace, and they even comped the meal for us. How awesome is that?

Nice, restful day. Back to the grind tomorrow. Here's a picture of The Boy at dinner, where he ate mostly salad dressing flavored by corn on the cob.



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2 comments:

The Reluctant Crunchy Mama said...

Salad dressing flavored by corn on the cob...! Love it! Kids are funny! My daughter just had a chocolate chip waffle with cream cheese!

the mol said...

He did eat some of the corn. I know that for a fact. Corn comes out whole.