so I had a few other Workshop ideas.
so did the babes.
in color, today.
a little drop of food coloring....
you know the ones - you made them in school and then sent them off with your class, and a few weeks later you have a "world's greatest" plate for your Mama. or Grandma.
ours will hopefully be proudly used for Christmas Cookies or some such thing.
more Godzilla mastery.
Trev's been working on wii Godzilla a lot over the last couple of days. A couple of weeks after we got the wii (back in April), he did some research to find out how he could unlock some of the characters. cheats, if you will. i didn't have a problem with it - i figure any kid who has the brains and resources to research online and then remember, copy, and implement such complicated instructions has earned it. :) he played that way for a while, as he got to know the game a little. (have you noticed how dang complicated video game movements are? There are like 50 combo shake/push this button/hold this part to the right/stand on your head, push this buttons three times fast -but not slow!! because that does something else entirely- etc, etc.)
Anyway, he decided that his game wasn't quite the way he wanted (ie not terribly satisfying), so he simply started over from scratch with a New Profile. :) and he's mastering it quite on his own, now.
ain't life grand??
talk with Papa.
Godzilla friendly play.
crazy friendly play.
lol, goes the mama.
"oh, hang on, Trevy," she assures him, "I know what I'm doin'--I can feel you!!"
flashing light saber whack'em play. (that would be Jakub.)
chalk and board play.
downstairs post dinner for a little hip-hop dance instruction.
a success, that.
more computer play and some end-of-the-day whooping.
so the day took a decided turn toward the regular.
but "the regular" isnae such a bad thing.