We decided to play Sorry on Saturday. I don't remember playing it a lot as a kid. I do remember thinking it was confusing and all I wanted to do was slide. We were bigger fans of Life. Those little cars and pegs were more fun than some plastic pawns. After dinner, Cooper wanted to play and I thought, "What's the harm?" The first game nearly came to blows. I'm exaggerating, but it was pretty brutal. The second game came down to the wire, but I pulled out the win! Yes, I'm bragging because my family is pretty competitive. We haven't played Monopoly in decades. The last time we played, someone left the table in tears. Euchre is always loud and the rules are reviewed a million times. Did you deal correctly? Are you sure you don't have any hearts? You know that's actually a Spade, right? Sorry was no exception. Spaces were counted and recounted. Adults gave Cooper suggestions on who to send back Home. People were laughed at when their hopes of winning were dashed. Once we got down to the end, Cooper's age didn't matter. He was sent back to home just as much as the adults were. But we had fun and have a solid gift idea for an upcoming birthday. So if you come to our house any time soon, don't be surprised if we break out Sorry. It's not for the weak and don't expect us to be nice.