I was lounging around on Sunday, napping upstairs in my room when Dan went downstairs to help the kids with something. An hour later, I wandered downstairs and found them like this:
Playing the eternal game that makes everyone cry but then beg for more.
The apron is because he had washed all the dishes before starting the game.
While he washed the dishes, he had them clean up their toys, using a game of Sorry as incentive.
I’m really starting to like this guy.

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14 Responses to Sorry

  1. Mrs. M says:

    Looks like you’ve got a keeper!

  2. grammyelin says:

    I like him too! You should definitely keep him and spend a lifetime making each other happy.

    I love games as incentives to chores….oh, wait. You may remember this from your childhood. Boy did we play games. And I loved every minute of it!

  3. I wish all men understood that this is the kind of thing that women find far more sexy than movie star guys. (Mine is good too, so I’m not complaining.)

  4. Pam in Utah says:

    I really like this post and these pictures and all of you. Glad for the sun in the picture too, as we’ve had some Seattle area weather and are ready for spring and sun to come.

  5. Nantie Meg says:

    He really is the good kind.

  6. Perfect afternoon: Nap, dishes done (not by you), and kids actively engaged with their Dad. Wow. 😀

  7. Debra says:

    What’s that line?

    No man has ever been shot while doing dishes?

    Love the photos of the Sorry game. What a good dad!

    Wishing You And Your Family A Blessed Easter.


  8. He certainly acts like a keeper =) You’re a lucky woman!

  9. Well done, Daddy! Nice one you got there. 🙂

    By the way, the look on your daughter’s face in the second picture is priceless. She trying to knock him down a peg or two, or what? 😉

  10. Aunt Murry says:

    I can’t get over how much Magoo has grown. He’s huge! I remember when he had a little bald head! I love the look Laylee is giving her father. I believe I have given that look once or twice. How sweet he is to do the dishes!

  11. Mrs Lemon says:

    That’s awesome that you got a no-strings-attached nap.

  12. April says:

    isn’t it the sexiest when your husband and the father of your children acts like your husband and the father of your children? That’s the priesthood right there, baby!

  13. jk2boys says:

    Now I HAVE to buy my husband an apron!

  14. Isabel says:

    I mostly just love his apron. Go Dan!

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