Today we celebrated Max’s second birthday. We enjoyed some Donato’s pizza and a really fun Thomas the tank Engine cake. He was a lot of fun whipping through his presents and trying to stop and play with just one of them. And he did so good at blowing out his candle!
Then we headed up to Columbus for our flight home which I was convinced was going to be delayed and/or cancelled. Well it wasn’t! The captain did tell us that we had a lot of turbulence which always helps my nerves. The ascent was beautiful!
About an hour in I noticed that we started to veer to a different direction and change altitude lower. The captain confirmed when he came on and told us that we were landing in Detroit because the engine was losing oil. I surprisingly stayed super calm. The lady beside us had a panic attack and literally was moved to the front. Either way, we landed safely.
Now we are waiting patiently to get a new plane and a new crew. Unfortunately, the crew arrived, but our second plane also had a mechanical issue that couldn’t be resolved. So on to a 3rd plane. We waited about 2-3 hours total. Oh yeah, and we had this lovely fire alarm too. What I find interesting is that no one got up and moved.
But we just landed and all is okay! We even got a little liquor for free on the flight. Baby needed that with the turbulence. 🙂
I woke up this morning to the sounds of 3 monkeys running around my moms house and her yelling, “Be quiet! Uncle David is sleeping!” So naturally, I ignored it for about 20 mins and then got up.
We played a TON today. Sam was so funny, “Will you play a game with me!?” And it was usually hide & seek, throw the ball in his face or wrestle. But I did have fun with all 3. The kids counting:
Hiding in Nammie’s shower while Dave tried to find us:
I found the perfect superhero capes for each of them. So after I bribed them for a photo, they got this present. The next two hours was running around and playing chase/hide & seek. Max’s favorite was when one of us carried him and scared the other two kids.
After a nice long morning of sleeping in, the pup and I got ready and headed to the dog park. He played with his girl Lucy and then we all left. It was pretty busy because the impending cold wave.
Then we drove to get gas and a car wash. The guy in front of me clearly can’t read directions and had to back all the way out a couple of times. When we finally went in, Diohgé was not happy. He came to the front seat with me…
Tonight Dave and I had dinner and went to see The Secret Life of Walter Mitty to celebrate Jen’s birthday. It was a good movie!
Afterwards, we came home and I took down one Christmas tree. One more to go!