Today, Trevor had to work from home, so Banner and I were on our own for karate and lunch. I figured we'd grab sushi, but the little guy surprised me when he announced that he wanted to bring lunch to daddy and have a picnic in the backyard instead.
It was very sweet.
And also a little frustrating because (apparently) proper picnic fare involves sandwiches. Which is awesome when the one insisting on sandwiches is the very same individual who HATES all things sandwich. Not sushi or tacos or any of the other things on the list of "things my kid will eat". But arguing with a three year old is futile, so sandwiches it was.
(Spoiler alert: Said three year old wouldn't TOUCH his sandwich. Luckily he also requested fruit and carrots, so he didn't go hungry.)
Banner wanted it to be a family picnic, so the dogs were not only included, but were also required to sit around the picnic blanket as well. Not that any of them were complaining because UNEATEN SANDWICHES! ON THE GROUND!:
|They were totally all over this picnic thing.|
|Banner has never been so popular.|
|Of course, Banner would only share with his best buddy, Haskell.|
In fact, I'm not entirely unconvinced that Banner didn't get said uneaten sandwich FOR Haskell.
|Which explains why Haskell never left Banner's side during the entire event. |
Not for a second. Not even for a squirrel.
Regardless of the uneaten sandwich, it ended up being one of the best parts of my weekend. Because, quite frankly, life just doesn't get much better than this:
Sometimes I sit back and realize how truly lucky I am. This was one of those moments.
Just looking at this photo makes me happy. It was a good day.