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|Dec 29, 2019|
Robert was very patient waiting for the full family to gather in Decatur to open presents on Christmas. We enjoyed too brief a trip but took advantage of the time to catch up.
And play Catan.
And play Dominion.
And eat and drink lots.
The cousins had their night out; we enjoyed a fantastic Christmas eve lasagna, and an outragous Christmas dinner with beef and all the trimmings topped off with a croquembouche. More photos in the vacations section.
|Dec 08, 2019|
We walked over to our favorite tree lot yesterday.
Not quite as planned, it was no longer light as we had some kitty calming to do before we could go: Panzer had found a paper bag and…
Trapped himself inside it. There was a brown, paper bag streak racing through the house; downstairs, then up.
We found some of the bag. But there was still a rope handle wrapped around him as he was hiding under Robert’s bed.
We got him out with treats, checked him over, gave him some dinner, then went to get the tree.
So the decorations went up today.
I think we did well.
And I think Panzer agreed.
Robert is working on replacing the Christmas train around the tree with a Christmas Hot Wheels track.
But he’s still working on getting the curve and loop to work as he’d like.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
And we can barely wait…
|Dec 01, 2019|
We had a great Thanksgiving meal at the Hargadons, following a fantastic Wednesday dinner here and before the now traditional Caps Hockey games on Friday. Which was followed up by a lovely feast at Lee’s house on Saturdy (after the traditional billiards games).
As family branches make their ways back across the country, Ian stopped by before his flight and he and Robert picked up Overcooked. It sounds like a great game, but will it translate into more self-sufficiency for Robert in the real kitchen?
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