We took Remy with us to the buffet, thinking that if he handled that well we could try to put him in the day care. Red Rock's Feast buffet takes buffets to a whole new level. The space was really pretty and more romantic then most buffets, and the selection is so great it is actually kind of daunting. I went for the comfort foot - bbq ribs, baked beans, coleslaw, mac & cheese, scalloped potatoes, cornbread...and sushi. Ross and I shared cheese cake and some kind of mango chocolate mousse thingy.
I didn't take this picture. I wish I could have found a picture of the dining area, it's quite pretty.
Remy did awesome, so next we took him across the casino to the Kid's Quest daycare center. I was still feeling nervous about it and warned Ross that if I didn't like what I saw when we went in we would just bolt! However when we opened the heavy blue doors and went inside we were greeted by a kid's paradise - a jungle gym, sports area, video games, an ice cream machine, a designated area for babies, a bunch of friendly staff and, most importantly, a some very happy kids. We decided today was the day! They took Remy's info and made a copy of his immunization history for their records, and by the time we'd finished checking in Remy was grinning at the girl who came to take him out of my arms. He didn't take a second look at us.
So we went out to explore and enjoy some free slots and free drinks! I didn't want to leave him for too long so after we'd won enough money to pay for the babysitting we cashed out and went to get him. He was asleep when we got there and, most importantly, didn't give us any reproachful looks. We grabbed a flier on the way out for half-off the normal rates on Valentine's Day!
I foresee us having a lot more dates in the future! :)
That's the moon up there. Why does the moon always look so much bigger in person than it does in pictures?
(I am not being coy, I am tucking my extra chin where you can't see it. A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.)