So... I don't know what I time I woke up last Friday morning. But I was all excited because my nephews were at MY house. Still, so unexpected. I rarely have folks over, so this was such a treat.
And of course, I was taking pictures again... EARLY in the morning.
Milk and Cookies Junior was the first to wake up and get his shower. He was running around the living room, and I snapped a picture on the stairs.
No one is this bright-eyed and bushy tailed that early in the morning.
(Note: You see the cat kennel sitting there. But there are no cats. Callie and Mitch were hiding out under my bed. They want NO parts of children. Nope!)
Then it was time for them to eat breakfast. My brother had cereal for them.
Unfortunately, I didn't have any milk. Well, I had almond milk.
My brother said "That's interesting."
I could tell by the scrunched up look on his face that he didn't like it.
Both of the boys tasted it. The oldest said it was alright, and would be okay for his cereal.
The youngest didn't like it. "I like cow milk," he said.
So he decided to eat his cereal dry.
Sigh. I would've had some for him if I knew he was coming through.
Of course I bothered them while they were eating cereal.
But all was well. They finished up their cereal and were all smiles...
They even counted their candy.
"They are very conservative," my brother said.
I guess so.
And they were AMAZED at my television on top of a television.
They have a Roku at home, so they were ALL about that.
We hung out for a few minutes. I needed to go to work, and they needed to get on with their day.
Of course I took a few more pictures outside.
My brother with the beard, tho...
It was such a good visit.
I only thought I would see them at our grandmother's house, but it was good to get time with them there.
I told my brother to give me a call when he arrived at our grandmother's house on Saturday. Maybe I would come over.
Well he called me up... and I went on over.
And I am so glad I did... because the look on my grandmother's face from getting to spend time with here great-grands was priceless...