Daddy, Grandpa (my Dad) and I went to gallery openings Friday night. We left the boys with Grandma (my Mom) because she graciously volunteered to watch them. The boys aren't horrible at openings if we have the portable DVD player. The only problem is, is that they expect a movie, and gallery snacks as soon as they walk in the door. I was hoping to train them better, but they are boys with lots of energy, and short attention spans. It helped my outlook when we walked in the gallery and I saw two little girls sitting on the ground watching Turbo.
Daddy likes to mingle. It's good for him to make those connections. I on the other hand like to look, and leave. I get antsy. Isn't it usually the girl that likes to shop and talk, and the guy that likes to look and leave? With gallery openings it's the opposite.
A few of Daddy's new pieces. The first on is a large steel piece, with wire and painted metal balls. The second one is done in resin. You can see more of his work here.
The boys woke up grumpy on Saturday. Daddy had a really hard time understanding why they were so sassy. I knew why. They are always that way when they stay up late the night before.
Daddy left for most of the day on Saturday, and went to a holiday art show where his work is at. I went to take the boys to get our hair cuts. We came back home and Isaak and Mica actually took a nap. It was so nice having the grumpy boys sleeping soundly in their beds.
When they woke up we happily wasted time with Photo Booth. Have you ever played with Photo Booth before? You can pick effects to make yourselves all distorted. The boys giggled and laughed themselves crazy. Then when Daddy got home they wanted him to try it out to.
We look like we seriously have a rare disorder of some kind.
These are our only normal shots, minus the hearts above our heads.
My never ending forehead. I look like I have hair from the B52s.
Mica the magician.
We're a cute couple, don't you think?
My cute deformed children.