We celebrate Easter at my parents’ place. Erin continues playing minivan to the kid.
Happy Easter weekend to everyone! The Davisons got together at my parents’ place for brunch. We spent the afternoon bantering back and forth about this topic or that. My family is pretty goofy, so as usual a good time was had by all. Bret and I ended up crawling around the attic and fiddling with some house wiring. Didn’t really solve that much, but it was fun. As a bonus, the activity also kept us from passing out on the sofa after lunch. (Although perhaps that’s more of a Thanksgiving tradition.)
Erin’s at 38 weeks now. As I’ve said, she’ll keep working at school until baby comes or until she feels like bailing on the scene. We’ve got money saved for any time she wants to stop, but I think she’s worried that she’ll get bored if she stops too soon and baby doesn’t show up for a few weeks. She might be right about that. Other than not sleeping for more than 3 hours at a time, she continues to do well health-wise, and knowing her she’ll keep teaching as long as she feels capable. Hopefully not longer than that, though.
I think it was Saturday that I met a new neighbor of ours, Dan Kaplan. He’s also a work-at-home web guy and a bit of basketball player. We’re hoping to hoop it up in the not-too-distant future. I’m hoping I don’t embarrass myself. If I play well, I’ll be sure to mention it. If you don’t hear anything further on the subject, you can assume I tanked. Actually, you can probably already assume that I will. I’m pretty out of shape, and he’s a long-distance runner. Doesn’t bode well.