What a Weekend

I haven’t posted for a while because if I would posted after the first event of my weekend, it would have been angry and mean, and I don’t like being like that. This past weekend was my son’s first birthday party. I had it somewhere else because it was more convenient for some people. It was 3 hours away and wasn’t a fun car ride with the kids. Kylee hasn’t been feeling very well and I guess Conner hasn’t either. Anyway…that’s besides the point.

I’m glad that it was his first birthday party because he won’t remember any of it, but I will. I mean, it wasn’t all horrible, but there was just some things that happened that kinda ruffled my feathers. It was his birthday, but for some reason, all the kids (only 5) got presents to open. I may be off, but I think that it was a little rude for someone to buy all the kids something to open at someone else’s birthday party. The focus wasn’t on my son. It just felt like a get together. It is what it is, and I what I hope to remember about this weekend is his smile and happy face.

 

He was such a cutie. My little man is one year old. I don’t want to elaborate on that party because I want to try to forget it. Like I said, he won’t remember and he had a good time. That’s all that matters.

Ky stayed with the grandparents so it’s just been me and my baby boy. Sunday, we went to watch daddy race his dirtbike. No wrecks. No injuries. Good day. He didn’t win, but he didn’t come in last. Conner liked being out and really liked all the noise from the bikes. It was cold and started raining a little. He was already not feeling good so I didn’t want to keep him out. We watched daddy race one race and then we left.

Before we got to the race, we got a little lost….yahhh…Yaya’s mapquest started taking us down a dirt road. Me, being the trustworthy person that I am, decided that this mapquest knew where we were going, and it was going to get us where we were headed. Well, I have a 2008 Cadillac CTS. Nice car. I love my car. Nicest car I have ever owned. Anyway, the dirt road started getting worse, but I kept trudging, in my nice clean car. We were definitely going down a road that was marked for horror movies.

I was literally looking for spikes in the road, you know, from movies like *Wrong Turn*. I finally see a light at *the end of the tunnel* and we come up to a creek in the middle of the road. After 10 minutes of slowly driving down this road, and Yaya laughing uncontrollably, I have to turn around. Yes, I HAVE to turn around. A creek in the middle of road? Really? This would happen to us.

Well, I get back on a main road, and Yaya (Laura) is still laughing. I’m laughing on the inside (promise) only because I was trying to concentrate on where the heck I was going. We get to the race, and again, I have to drive through dirt and try to find a place to park. Let’s just end this with my car was filthy after this day and she got a bath shortly afterwards.

He really was a happy kid on the bike. My little cutie!

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