We are adjusting to life at home.
As we noted before Wyatt got up at 1:30a.m. on Friday. Zachary held out with him until 2:30 and then awoke Savannah who managed to stay up until 7:00a.m. Mom and Dad slept through the whole thing. We went out for shoes on Saturday and worked hard to just keep moving and stay awake, but Wyatt fell asleep while driving to the shoe store. He never really woke up again after that. Savannah chose his shoes, and he was able to stand up to be sized. She made a good choice as he seems to like them.
Saturday night was rough. Andy was up most of the night with Wyatt who kept getting up and acting as if his stomach hurt and as if he was angry. Every time Andy would try and get him to eat, Wyatt would fall back asleep. By the time we all got up for church on Sunday, Wyatt seemed to be ready to go. He really enjoyed the preschool chapel, but he started getting too rough with the kids during second hour, so we removed him from the situation. He did not go to bed until 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, and he slept all night. We thought the jet lag was behind us, but we were wrong. Yesterday, he went to bed at 4:00 p.m. and awoke at 8:00. He was up until about 11:00 and then slept through the night. We think that sleeping may also be a way of dealing with grief.
Zachary is at camp this week. We dropped him off Sunday evening, and Wyatt loved the wagon ride out to the cabin and playing in the sand on the beach by the lake. We had the camera ready to go with us and ended up leaving it at home.
Yesterday, Savannah attempted to get Wyatt to play in the sprinkler, but he did not like it. We may try the pool today and will at least try water balloons and water guns. If Wyatt doesn't like playing in water, we may have to kick him out of the family (lol).