Here is a quick video that shows Dylan re enforcing his tough guy image with his daily work out. He is using a 10 pound kettle bell to do dead lifts, this is what I use to do some rotator cuff exercises so Dylan is always trying to play with it as well. He used to be able to just drag the weight around with him even when he was just crawling or pull it into his lap. Now he tries to walk with it.
We are mostly recovered from our trip back from Austin. Sometimes the traveling is so difficult it makes you wonder if it is even worth going anywhere for such a short time. It is when it comes down to it since Dylan does not get to see his cousins or aunts and uncles any other way. It would just be easier to justify if the trip was longer, yeah that's it, all our trip should just be at least a week and we should take just as many.
Right now we still have yet to do our taxes, are working on trying to plan for Linda's sabbatical and talking about a new vehicle possibly to replace my Tacoma. Replacing the truck would be hard, I've had it for 10 years and it has 230,000 miles on it and has never really had a problem. Super reliable, but it just does not work very well with a kid, when I was in college or just out though it made perfect sense. I guess it is time to move on, maybe to a 4 door Tacoma, or maybe something a bit more domestic, I don't know.