Wii Get to Play

By now, you have read Bubba's Sis' account of our wonderful surprise this weekend. And you know that Mr. Bubba's Sis is my hero! Christmas in February at our house! We couldn't resist giving the kids the Wii this weekend rather than making them wait til December. Especially since we told them their best friends had a Wii. The looks on their faces were priceless! Both when they found about the BFFs' Wii and when they saw their own.

So, Sunday afternoon, we hooked it up and created our Mii's. Here we are!

I rather think they look like us! Big D giggles everytime he sees mii. The resemblance is uncanny!

The really cool thing? Big D & I were bowling when all of a sudden Lamb exclaimed: Hey! That's Bear & me watching ya'll! We looked at the table behind us & sure enough, there were the kids! And I'm a baseball star! Whenever Bear plays baseball, we are on his team. I always hit home runs! Here that family? *I* hit HOME RUNS! Who'd of ever thunk it?

I have a strict no video games on the weekdays rule. However, I've let it slide this week. It's just too much fun and they didn't get to start playing until Sunday afternoon! And, as Bear likes to tell me, it's great batting practice. Uh huh. Once the newness wears off, I'll become strict again. No, really, I will.


Bubba's Sis said...

Yeah, that rule has been a little lax at our house this week, too. As long as homework gets done first, of course!

LOVE your Mii! I have yet to create my own - only the kids have so far. They'll have to show me how!

Jenny 865-53oh9 said...

I let my 4 year old make my Mii...it was scarily so much like me!

What's funny is when you let go of the bowling ball behind you and hit the crowd (i.e. kids)! Try it...

Bubba's Sis said...

Jen/Gi - Daughter did that and it was hilarious!

Misty Dawn said...

Yeah, I can totally tell how strict you are... geesh, sure would hate to be your kid (yeah right)

Anonymous said...

What fun!!! I wouldn't mind having one for myself!!
Yeah, right, u hit a homerun!! Now that's funny..hehehe Just keep it up!
Love Auntie W