I was up in Green Bay for my Goddaughter's baptism (Macy girl shout out!) and had a really great time visiting with one of my BFFs and her entire family. Jason stayed home with the boys just to keep Jax in his bubble from daycare-type toys (church nursery) until June when viral threats are down.
Jason took the boys for a walk at the zoo this morning, and when I got home, he was able to finally get the swing set power washed. It looks so nice just taking the surface layer off already. We'll be staining that entire thing next weekend, and I'll be happy when that's done.
Jason is in the middle of a battle with our lawn it seems. He has been aerating, seeding, weeding and feeding it and it still seems to be full of dandelions and other non-beautiful grass. I think Jason has been out in our yard working every weekend for hours on end and there's ALWAYS something else that needs to be done and we haven't even done our Memorial Day perennial flower planting yet.
He cut down tree branches, cut out exposed roots in the ground, trimmed bushes, pulled out fallen branches in our wooded areas, hauled out an old stump, mowed, cut out weeds, sprayed other weeds, hauled brush to the recycle center and brought back recycled mulch and top soil, and then of course, the entire above mentioned list of things to the grass. And naturally we're the only lawn in the neighborhood with "flowers" all over as the neighbor kids tell me. Yes, they also think our "yellow flowers" show our love for the Packers.
Ha! Maybe THAT'S why Jason is feverishly working to get rid of them!
Brady feeding his doll at dinner.
And then having the girl doll (who he didn't feed) kiss the boy.
Jax makes Jason and I smooch every night before he goes to bed and he just screeches with laughter to push our faces together and see us pucker up.
I assume this is where Brady gets this idea!