Here is Sweet Pea perfecting her slide steel guitar technique. She is dressed in her rock star pink, froggy, footie pj's.
N1S is rocking out a little more conventionally. Maybe camo thermal pj's will catch on with the rock and roll crowd.
At lunch time we forced an intermission on the kids from the game. Lady Di prepared a monster Christmas banquet and we all indulged to excess. We were all feeling a little groggy after eating so the kids suggested that we get some exercise to work off some of the turkey and stuffing. So we played some baseball, bowled a few games and boxed a few rounds.
That is one good thing about the Wii. At least we get more activity out of the game besides just our thumbs.
After playing for a while I asked the kids if they wanted to get some real exercise and help me outside. They just popped in the Wii snow shovelling and floor sweeping game and said, "That's OK. We'll just work in here."
Toward the end of the afternoon, Sweet Pea was asking for some gel to put on her back.
"Why do you need gel?", I asked.
She answered, "Look at my back. Every time I move my arm, my back hurts."
Her first Wii-related injury. We may have to invest in the Wii Athletic Trainer game in case we need to virtually wrap an ankle or rub out a cramp.
God Bless us, everWii one!