Now I understand how crazy that could get, so there are some pre-determined rules. ((You can read all the rules here))
This year's Yes Day, began the same as every Yes Day we have had, with Ice-cream for breakfast.
Then it was a trip to the Toy-Store. They scoured the shelves for a while.
Alex and Lucas both ended up with Legos and Ryder, he got a fart-gun. Hey, I had to say Yes.
We went back home and the kid watched several episodes of My Little Pony (they had just discovered season 5 is now on Netflix). Eric wasn't able to take the whole day off, so they were waiting to do the bigger things when he got home.
As we ate our lunch and watched My Little Pony, it almost began to feel like just a normal day; but then soon Eric was home and the fun began again.
A couple of rounds of bowling, which I did not make my goal in either game; my goal is always to get over 100. Bowling is definitely not my thing.
Ryder actually ended up in third place in the second game, much to his siblings dismay.
Then it was off to dinner at one of the kids' favorites restaurants, Farrells.
Yummy food, followed by yummy ice-cream and we were all spent.