Sunday, February 15, 2009

What happens when your daddy is a "gamer"

It means that you get to play games on the X-box 360 too. 

Today Jay helped Breanna and JJ play Rocky and Bullwinkle online. All they basically had to do was pick the right color button and push it. They had a blast sitting with Daddy and playing "his game"

You can see the new TV on the wall. Now we just have to figure out how to hide all of the cords. 

This is the shrimp chili that we had last night, with a dollop of daisy (sour cream), and a slice of avocado. It was yummy. Jay is eating the left-overs now. 

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DetJessandalltherest said...

wow wow much going on here.

First off. The blog! And your signature...spill it. Tell me how you did that! Looks good, looks good...

The TV ROCKS. - ummm, maybe that will be our next big purchase.

The chili looks fantastic! And an avacodo slice on top w/ sour cream...mmmm mmmm.

Look at you!

Jay has got to be in hog heaven witht that tv and gaming. You're screwed.

Reeni♥ said...

I like the new look of your blog! What a really nice TV!! Thanks for making my chili! I'm so glad you liked it!!

bejewell said...

The blog looks great. The chili looks delicious. The TV looks enormous and flat. The kids and the husband look adorable.

You're four for four.

Sonia said...

hahaha...that scene looks so familiar! My family is always on the XBOX! The only thing that gets me going is GUITAR HERO!

OH...thanks for visiting me! I'm glad you got something from my blog!

Xazmin said...

Don't ya just HATE trying to hide those cords!? The shrimp chili looks scrumptious!!

Nichole said...

How cute. I'm sure the littles ones had a blast playing games with daddy. The chili looks yummy!

Dawn said...

Love the festive layout on your blog. Too cute!

That shrimp chili looks delish. I've never heard of such a thing.

And, what a great daddy he is. Such special memories being made. :)

Sturgmom said...

Ah, yes, gotta love when daddy "helps" the little ones play a game. We recently bought a Wii and daddy "helps" our 2 boys all the time. So much that they ask, "Daddy, can *I* play?" HAHA!