I'm sure my wife and I would be welcome. You've said
so before. I can handle other people's kids great.
I'm a teacher and know how to deal with any age.
But you haven't met my kids.
My son is 3.5. He needs someone to listen when he's
talking. He's always talking.
My daughter just turned 2. Lately she's been biting
I can't bring them anywhere without having to
They both love games. John can watch for a few
minutes and talk about a game, which isn't bad. Then
you have to go do something with him. Trinity likes
to "play" with whatever game is going on. She loves
watching what happens when she pushes on a nicely
arranged set of Carcassone tiles.
A couple weeks ago we managed to play a game outside
on a deck. At some point, she snuck up and stole two
meeples, which she dropped in the grass. Can you
guess what color? That's right - we were searching
for green meeples in green grass. It's a miracle we
Anyone who tells me, "Well, all kids can be
difficult." is volunteering to babysit mine. They're
beautiful little meeples, but they are absolutely the
highest maintenance possible.
I'll probably make it to B&N before your house. My
mother lives near the Walpole Mall, so she can babysit
while we go over. Schools out June 18. Maybe the
> > Someday I'll visit Mark's house without the kids,
> > Barnes and Nobles. I'd love to be able to relax a
> > little as I play.
> Eric you're more than welcome to come any time!
> Although since your a dad I'll probably offload a
> kid on you at some point in the evening if the going
> gets tough. ;-)
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