Friday the in-laws got into town and we went out to dinner, which I thought would be a total trainwreck since we didn't go until almost 7:00 (munchkin's bathtime), but he did amazingly well.
Saturday morning J did his 70 mile bike ride and I was able to join some friends for a (comparatively) easy 21 mile ride. I wasn't sure I'd be able to go due to my foot, but that's a story for another day. I was back at 9:45 and the munchkin was still asleep - the bonus of not getting him to bed until 9:45 the night before.
After J got home and showered we woke the munchkin up to head to the beach. The in-laws opted to stay at the house since his dad forgot shorts (who comes to Charleston in June and doesn't bring shorts???) and his mom hates to sweat.
Anyway, when we first got there Andrew was not having anything to do with the sand and I thought the beach trip might be short lived. Thankfully he started to acclimate after a little while:
He spent a little time digging in the sand with his daddy. And he even let me put a hat on him without instantly taking it off:
After a while he started crawling around and took off towards the water:
I love the trail he is leaving behind him
Those are all of our tents that you see in the background. Clearly we were there with a bunch of fellow parents - we don't travel light!
He watched daddy play with the water for a bit.
We stayed at the beach for almost 4 hours which is way longer than I thought we would last. After a nap at home for him we got ready and went to dinner with his parents. Then I dropped them off at home and his mom gave Andrew his bath and put him down for the night while I went back and joined J and some friends for an evening out (it's his friend Mike's 40th birthday tomorrow so a bunch of people came in to town).
For Father's Day we just hung out around the house mostly. We were going to go join our friend's at the pool, but Andrew went down for a nap and by the time he got up they were all out there and drunk and J had too much work to get done so we had a relaxing day at home. Andrew "helped" his daddy open his gift:
We got him an NC State cornhole game. If the munchkin ever decides to get up and walk maybe he can play with his daddy.
Then we set his pool up in the yard and let him have some playtime:
I did some laundry while Andrew hung out with his daddy (my mother-in-law somehow managed to put his diaper on backwards Saturday night so his entire crib was soaked. How he didn't wake up from that is beyond me.) All in all it was another great and way too fast weekend. Now it's back to the grind and counting the days until we can do it all again.