When my wife and I had her first child, I was smack in the midst of a district wide pay-freeze that put a hurting on the family finances. We discussed my wife staying home, and we could’ve made it work if we had to, but we would’ve been BROOOOOOOOOOKE.
My 2-year old handed me her notebook and pencil yesterday, and asked me in her toddlerese to draw an apple. So I did. Then she asked me to draw another apple. I refused, and drew my truck. She was OK with that.
On Amazon Prime Day my wife found a good deal on a metal “Geodome Play Central Command Operation Lawn Freedom Base Station” or something like that. Normally selling around $170, it was on sale that day and both kids’ birthdays are just a few weeks out. Through some glitch (we believe) it took the discount twice (or…
8 cars for 3 boys....
Today I told the 4-year old no we can’t watch her show again. I turned on the new Roadkill. My 2-year old is fascinated. The 4-year old is busily playing with her new screwdriver at the dinning room table. I’m doing my part to make Jalops out of these girls.
I scored this princess coupe for free but I don’t have a daughter yet but I might someday so I decided to give this one some attention..
With all the other cars being slammed, now we need something to take offroad.
Every custom car shop needs a proper shop truck and we all know a lifted truck isn’t going to cut it for constantly loading parts in the back so slamming time it is.
I really hated how the push handle spoiler ended up so I decided to totally redo the setup and go back to the pull rope.
Started the day off by picking up this mint 1st gen coupe for pennies on the dollar.
For the wonderful price of Free99! Not quite sure which direction I want to go with this one.
When we took the car out yesterday we couldn’t help but notice how loose it was in the corners. Decided to add a massive spoiler to help solve the issue.
Took the stanced summer car out of storage.
Hello Oppo, Its been a while. Still enjoying the stay at home dad life while I collect funds from the government. I’ll have to get back to work soon but I’m in no particular hurry. I’ll probably get back at it in the summer sometime.
Yesterday I took the family out to breakfast. We realized when we were almost there that each of us had assumed the other grabbed the diaper bag.
Don’t tell me you don’t have these books memorized. Here’s one for us.
When I picked up the girls tonight, the 4-year old enthusiastically, repeatedly, and very sweetly asked ... to go to Home Depot. How could I say no to that? Answer: can’t.
Me: I know, isn’t it awesome?
This is the best we could get after repeated tries to get them both to sit still.