Saturday started off on little sleep, as usual. We also were having a garage sale at my brothers, so we went there to help out a bit. From there I went on to garage sale. Got some great deals on clothes for Jason. All name brand stuff for like $.50/piece. Also got some toys, which was good. Jason has limited toys.
After then it was off to Subway for a quick lunch before soccer. Soccer was interesting. Tyler kinda seemed like he was on a different planet, kinda flittering around out there. I guess he had fun, which at this age is all that matters. My grandfather showed up to watch him play, which was nice.
After a rest we had safe trick-or-treating at Shawnee. They collected candy through the halls and then played games and activities in the cafeteria. Tyler also met up with Mackenzie and we sat down and had an early dinner together. Also let Jason have his first piece of candy, a lollipop. He was quite pleased.
Saturday night, since the parade was cancelled, we ended up going to Jacob's party at the swim club. I was a little worried since Ty doesn't swim, but he wasn't the only one with swimmies or a swim vest and he had a great time with all his friends. A late night for all of us.
On Sunday we went to help out Jim with his garage sale, and then off to try to hit some sales as well. Nothing too good. We grabbed a quick lunch and then it was off to Tyler's friend Patrick's birthday part at the bowling alley. It was all boys, so there was lots of roughhousing, but I was surprised to see them all dancing to certain songs (the one pictured I believe was for the "cha cha slide"). Jason busied himself with pizza crust and cheese puffs...yes, cheese puffs. He then took a tumble down 2 stairs in the 1/4 second I turned my head to say goodbye to someone. He was a cranky little boy after that.
As if my weekend hadn't been busy enough, so I decided to bring the boys to great adventure one last time before it closed for the season. I had a return at the outlet, so we went there first. I got some great deals at The Children's Place outlet (pants for Tyler for $3.50, shirts for $2.50) so I was pretty happy I went. Then we head on over to GA, which was insanely crowded. We literally probably walked 10-15 minutes just to get to the park gates. Anyway, it was all decorated for Halloween, including a trick-or-treat trail (cheesy). Tyler couldn't go on many rides because there was no one to watch Jason, but he went on a couple. Unfortunately something was up with Jason and he was just screaming and screaming (after screaming the whole car ride there as well) so we ended up coming home earlier than expected. We were all tired though, so it wasn't necessarily a bad thing.
Camp Kappe - Tucker
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