November 7, 2011

Another tooth bites
the dust!
Highlights from today: (Click here for pictures)
  • Oh, that time change-Graham was up at 6, looking at our window seeing if it was day, yelling about w...(sorry, someone just fell out of the bunk bed-more on that in a minute).  Graham was yelling about wanting breakfast and trying to convince me to let him go and look at Keaton and see if she was awake (she was not).
  • I dropped off Keaton, Campbell and Graham at Nonna and Pops' house and they spent the morning there while I went to the dentist for 2 crowns (joy).
  • Anderson had birthday bash at school and Reagan had show and tell and showed leaves and berries from the yard and also showed off her lose tooth.
  • Robby picked up Anderson and I met them at Nonnas.  The boys sat by Pops forever looking at toys in ads from the Sunday paper.  Not surprisingly, Anderson wanted each and every boy toy that he saw.  The boys stayed with Pops and Nonna while Campbell, Keaton and I went to Keaton's doctors appointment.
  • Keaton weighed 10 pounds and 6 ounces and was 22.4 inches.  Campbell was her caretaker and watched everything that happened.  As Martin poked on Keaton's belly, Campbell poked too.  As she took off her diaper, Campbell said diaper.  She was all into it and was a bit concerned after her shot but not overly concerned.  I asked if Keaton had a bit of torticollis like Anderson did but Martin said if she did it was only very slight.  
  • Next up, the little girls and I ran to Sams to pick up some of Anderson's new medicine-cream and drink.  And that sure didn't go over well tonight when it was time for him to drink it.  
  • We then picked up the boys and then Reagan and headed home.  Before too long there was a knock and the door and it was the neighbors from down the street.  They have 4 kids, homeschool and go to a Baptist church nearby.  They even brought cookies for us.  Pretty exciting to know some neighbors-we will return their pan with something else in it.  All of the kids enjoyed playing in the dirt pile and of course Anderson was the dirtiest when everyone headed home.  He had a gallon of dirt in the cuffs of his pants.  
  • Robby was home soon and told the kids that he had eaten all of their Halloween candy.  They kind of thought he was kidding but they also half believed him which caused a pretty big stir.  There is no reason to have kids if you can't torment them a bit!  They were all relieved to see their candy and calmed by a few cookies
  • Bedtime and while I was writing the blog we heard a huge kerplunk!  It was Graham.  He had been in Reagan's top bunk since his comforter didn't dry from being washed this morning.  He was a bit shaken (as well he should be) but just fine.  He is one tough little booger.  He only screamed after he hit and then again when we walked in the room.  He won't be sleeping in the top bunk now for a long, long time.

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