The little ones make a fierce foursome….and Nick is their fearless leader! The boys really look up to him and as soon as they walked in the door on Sunday, they begged Nick to bring down his old lego sets and help them build lego cars at the kitchen table. Nick being the goodt kid that he is, sat there for an hour buidling cars with all of them and they loved it.
Reagan was taking a nap when my nephews first arrived, but once she woke up, she wasted no time jumping right into the mix.
After lego buidling, it was Princess Puzzles, My Little Ponies, and Barbie’s. I think Ashton and Aidan enjoyed playing with the Ponies and Barbies’s more than the girls did.
The visit ended with my nephew Aidan melting down over the Barbie that Sarah was playing with. He wanted to take her home so he could brush her hair and Sarah was not giving up her favorite doll, so the waterworks began.
My Mom and I were trying to hide the giggles. The look on all of their faces when he began to cry was priceless. The the thought of this rough and tough little guy getting so upset over a Barbie Doll was so comical to us.
We told him we would buy him his own Barbie for his bday and then he could brush her hair whenever he wanted. I don’t think his Dad will be too happy with us, but it certainly stopped the tears.
Something tells me that last photo might be one that makes it’s appearance some day when Aidan is least expecting it and his Mom will embarrass him with the story behind it. A totally priceless moment caught by the camera!
The boys are coming over again this Sunday and I am thinking we might need to hit the Barbie aisle at Target before they arrive:)