April 26, 2011

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Corn on the Cob
Highlights from today:  (click here for pictures)
  • School morning around here and we did pretty good getting off on time.  We did have to pick up the house since we all went to bed in the dark last night. 
  • Graham didn’t fuss this morning and his teachers said that he had a great day.  She even said that he even told her when he had to go potty and kept his diaper dry the whole day.  She told me to send him in a pull-up on Thursday.  I’m not too sure about that at all but I guess we will give it a try.
  • Campbell’s teachers said that are getting worried about her because she likes to spend her time behind the bars of the baby beds.  They said they didn’t hear from her for a bit today and looked down and she was sound asleep on the floor.  They said she is always so happy to see them and smiles and waves all day long.
  • I forgot to mention the trouble we went to last night to get Anderson and Reagan’s snacks.  Since I couldn’t go last night after supper due to the storm and then the storm came through, I told Robby that we could just scramble in the morning and get something.  He decided that he would get out and dodge the storms-most of the lights were out in the nearby stores so he found a walgreens. 
  • Snack choices were limited so they ended up with apple juice (which Reagan doesn’t like that), raisins (which Reagan doesn’t like) and crackers (which she does like).  Don’t feel to sorry for her because she has become pretty picky about her eating.  Anderson liked his snack though and they were both proud to have the special snack napkins.
  • Nonna picked up Reagan and Anderson and they spend the afternoon playing and playing.  They played so much that Anderson came home a stinky, stinky boy.  Don’t worry, since bath day isn’t until Saturday, he did get a clean shirt before going out to eat.
  • The weather was stormy everywhere but here so we decided to go out to eat.  The kids and I met Robby at Chilis.  We made it there first and it started to sprinkle, so I decided to get everyone out and beat the heavy rain.  Well, as soon as I start unloading kids, Graham and Reagan show me they have taken off their shoes and socks.  Meanwhile, I am standing in the rain, trying to put on Graham’s shoes and socks while Campbell who is in her car seat is kicking me in the head. 
  • We made it inside and were mostly dry.  They kids were so excited when they saw Robby walk up.  We ordered 2 meals along with 3 kids meals and everyone must have been hungry because we cleaned up.  All we brought home were a few oranges. 
  • Next up was grocery shopping-we were out of many, many staples (crackers, bread, peanut butter, jelly, cheese-slim pickings around here).  After shopping, it was time to come home for bed.  The kids didn’t call us up at all-just love school days!

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