This month has been hard on the wallet.
It's not only a month of birthdays, but in a few weeks, Steven and I will be on an airplane to Australia for a year.
That's a long time.
That's a Christmas, a New Years, a whole year of birthdays and weddings and things we'll miss.
So I got my sister this:
She's already run with it a couple of times. She says the GPS is really, really slow to load, so she hasn't actually used the GPS function of it yet (WHICH WAS THE WHOLE POINT AGGHHHH GARMIN!!!)
I got Steven a bunch of stuff for his birthday yesterday.
It started with a travel pack: Visine, floss, lip balm, toilet seat covers, hand wipes.
Then, sunscreen for his delicate baby's bottom skin, and underwear.
Because all of that makes sense together. Right?
The piece de resistance:
A waterproof camera!
Steven was surprised. When he first brought up the idea of a waterproof camera, I played it really cool.
Steven: I think a waterproof camera is a good idea! We'll be in and out of water, traveling, you know. It might be good to have a camera that can take the abuse.
Me: Nooo, it's too expensive. I have a waterproof casing for one of my film cameras. We can just use that.
Steven: But I'm sure we can find it for cheap on kijiji or something.
Me: Bad idea. Don't waste your money.
Steven got the most badass cake for his birthday ever.
Those cupcakes are glued onto the mini cake with frosting.
Whomever thought of this is genius.
In other news, Two-Two got a hair cut:
Big Brown Eyes.