Anyway, we were quite busy last weekend. We started out getting our flu shots on Friday afternoon (who wouldn't want to start a fun-filled weekend that way, no?), and then headed out to Rancho Murieta for "Beers, Brats and Bingo" night at Grandpa Jay and Grandma Peggy's church. Teo flirted shamelessly with all of Grandma's friends, and was gracious enough to allow himself to be passed around. A good time was had by all.
Saturday, we were supposed to go to a pre-Halloween thing at the park, but Teo took a 3+ hour nap that morning, so we missed it. He got up just in time to go help set up for the "Pumpkin Party" (a fundraiser for holiday bonuses for the workers at Teo's daycare) at Forever Young, though. It was a fun party, but there wasn't much for Teo to do there, because the activities were geared more towards the pre-schoolers. I was also feeling a little tired (probably because of the flu shot) so we headed home before the party was over. Billy made us a yummy dinner and then went out to get us some ice cream for dessert (and yes, we counted that as a "date"!).
Sunday morning rolled around, and Billy suggested that we call to see how my mom was doing. She didn't have a fever or anything, so we decided to head down to Lafayette to have a little visit with Grandpa Evaristo and Grandma Niki. They hadn't seen Teo since my mom's birthday party (6 weeks ago!) so Teo had a bunch of new "tricks" to show them. Grandpa Evaristo spent almost the entire visit down on the floor playing with him - and trying to keep him out of trouble! We also got to see Auntie Monki before she ran off to do some crazy boot-camp workout, so that was fun. Teo just loves her (as do pretty much all kids, I think). He always gets a HUGE smile on his face when he sees her. So cute!
And just like that - *poof* - the weekend was gone. At least I didn't spend a whole day doing laundry, like I usually do! :)