one time. He wished he had a sibling back home. While with us he got to enjoy the good and bad of having a sibling. I am glad they both enjoyed each other.
The last place I took him was the drive-in. He said while staying with us he would like to see a movie, Despicable Me 2. I asked him if he had ever heard of a drive-in or if they have them in China. He said no. I explained what a drive-in is, the cost difference and that it was a double feature. He opted for the drive-in and the other movie playing was Planes. Both were movies I would probably never watch unless I was baby-sitting or something. He loved the tail-gate party feel of the drive-in; minus the barbeque and shirtless drunk guys of course. It was a family friendly event. I did warn him to ask me to take him to the bathroom or he may get lost or hop into the wrong car if he went alone. I fought hard not to fall asleep during both movies after a long day and binging on tacos. Those tacos were worth it though. Andy has yet to experience the drive-in, he ended up in trouble and had to stay home with dad instead of join in the fun.
My husband shared his interest of video games about a week before Jackey went back to China. He introduced him to Spore and Saints Row 3. He had played GTA before so I assumed Saints Row was going to be the same. It's actually worse or would that be better? Better in terms of how fun and ridiculous the game can be. Worse maybe in that it is highly inappropriate now that I think about it. Jackey made it his mission to download the game when he returned home. China has crap for connections speeds, or so he tells us, because it's taking forever for him to get the game. At least he bonded with the mister over computers, technology and video games.