Last weekend was pretty low-key for our little family. We squeezed in way too many activities, but it was well worth it.
My Friday evening started with sorting through the mail. We regularly get boxes in the mail with hand me down clothes for Cullen. Even better than free kid clothes? Animal print Hammer pants. James wore them out to get breakfast with Cullen on Mother's Day while I slept in. They opted for a drive-thru breakfast at Shipley's.
We spent Saturday afternoon with my parents, so Cullen got in his first swim of the summer. Luckily, my dad heated up the pool.
Cullen was a little more reluctant than usual to get into the water, but he was happy once he was swimming around. I'm hoping to give him a few more rounds in the water before his independent swim lessons start in June.
He's always happiest when he's with his daddy.
Cullen had a good time splashing with Poppie and swimming around.
And his kicks showed some solid promise. He was swimming so well last summer, but the lengthy break between pool seasons has taken some of the courage out of him.
On Monday morning, James' truck broke down on the way to work. Cullen was none too pleased to see that not all tow trucks are actually Tow-Mater. Thanks to a fantastic friendship with a higher up at Fred Haas, James' 100K mile truck got fixed at a discounted price while he drove a demo for a couple of days. It's nice to know people.
This weekend, we're headed up to Waco to watch Charly graduate from Baylor. It's so hard to believe she isn't eleven anymore...