Leaf Baby

Well, we’re into winter and the pictures are from fall. So we haven’t fallen too far behind yet.

-FF

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History Event

Traditionally the local fourth graders go to some kind of history event at a local farm. Booths are set up, hands on activities and come rain, snow, or shine the kids go out and ‘experience history.’

It was Superman’s turn to go this year and he had a blast. I performed my usual chapperoning duties so I didn’t really have much time to catch many pictures.

His three favorite events from the day were probably the chariots…

Getting to see real armor…

And somehow talking me into buying him a couple sticks of rock candy.

A daddy and son outing that he really appreciated. (I enjoyed it too.)

-FF

Drive Time

Don’t mind us, just having a proud teen moment this fall with teen TJ getting ready to start practicing driving.

The state took a really long time to actually get us his permit for some reason.

So while he got all situated…

Redflare showed off her teasing nervousness.

They managed it though! He did pretty well for his first time and has practiced a little since then.

-FF

Five Games, Five Generations

So before I get started, where the crap have I been? Well, after that last post on 11/16/18 I ran out of pictures and time to post anything more. The joys of helping run a family during the holidays. It’s been a rough couple of months.

I mean, it’s taking me almost a month to get to looking at this tweet we’ll get to into a moment.

Now, if you don’t follow this guy’s blog about gaming yet, I’d highly recommend heading his way. You can find him over at Adventure Rules.

So this challenge was to pull five games from five different generations (and challenge five people, which I’ll leave alone).

A tweet wouldn’t do my response justice, hence why I’m here.

You want generations of gaming? I’ve got generations of gaming.

Let’s get started!

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