I was feeling a bit under the weather today so I stayed home, and while I was at it decided to tackle that Endless Setlist 2. I'm halfway through. So I may be on tonight if my voice isn't fried. Although if it is I'll just jump in on Bass or something instead.
Larvitar, I'll add you tonight, so long as you don't mind folks that won't always play on Expert and who don't fully know all the optimized OD paths and such. We do try not to disconnect in the middle of sets and such, though (although megatron has mentioned that he has a need to do so, so we may want to make sure we play in his band when he's on.)
As for age, I'm 42, happily divorced for almost 10 years now and no kids (well, 1 dog.) But I'm a computer geek for a living so playing games is um.... a uh.... it's practice for work! Yeah, that's the ticket! It improves my troubleshooting skills.
For game suggestions, I like Tiger Woods '09. It works for you and them, since it has an assist mode that will work great for the young ones. WarioWare Smooth Moves is oddly addicting. It's nothing more than a massive collection of nutty mini-games that use the Wii control to really good effect. I also hear that Super Mario Galaxy is supposed to be very good, but I haven't played it. Of course the default Wii Sports that comes with the Wii is still something I pull out, especially at partys. There are some others out there, but unfortunately the Wii has been something of a red-headed stepchild of consoles for a while now, despite consistently high sales of the platform, so most of the time the Wii just gets some not so great ports of otherwise good games from other systems. You might check some of the games sites, though, like www.gamespot.com and such to see what they rate highly and give those a try.