Today we watched the premiere of Sing-Off and played Lego Batman. We finished our level after the show but it was a nice break switching back and forth. I forgot how hilarious Lego games are. Today was refreshing because instead of regimented play it seemed like we were playing during commercial breaks without any thought of why; we were just hanging out and playing like we might have before we had kids.
I cannot find my glasses an hour of play did give me a bit of a headache. John seemed annoyed that I kept asking him where my character was until he realized I could not see the screen. I am glad we were playing Lego Batman because we enabled unlimited lives to compensate for my squinting.
I need to finish my post soon because Dollhouse is waiting in my queue and must be watched immediately; as you all know I am an avid fan of all things Whedon.
First I need to illuminate a few thoughts about multi-tasking. Having kids seems to almost demand multi-tasking. John hates that I blog or make tea or write little notes when it is not my turn to play. He thinks that I am not “really” there. So does the hour count if I multi-task? Today we divided our attention between television shows and play so we were technically both multi-tasking. It is okay if we both divide our attention but not if I lose focus? Can multi-tasking be so bad if Batman does it?