January 17, 2012

If you are happy and you know it...
Highlights from today: (Click here for pictures)

  • The kids had a restful night (though Keaton did eat).  We have now decided that the nights that Keaton slept all through the night-she probably didn't really-we just probably slept all through the night and didn't hear her cry.  Because she sure has been waking up the past few nights to eat.  
  • And I guess you could say that we had a restful night too but sometime in the middle of the night, Robby woke me up and accused me of playing Angry Birds.  I don't remember any of this but he said when I said I wasn't, he didn't believe me and thought I was hiding my phone.  Apparently, he wasn't too happy with me until he woke up enough to realize he had been dreaming.
  • Once everyone started getting around, we were ready quickly.  Reagan is hopping/crawling/being carried around and I think that she likes it.  Who wouldn't like a little extra attention?  We did get her to limp on it a bit this evening so hopefully she is on the mend.
  • The boys went to school today-Ms. Wendolyn said that Graham pointed to the cubbie next to his and said that he wanted the cubbie next to his.  She said that she couldn't switch cubbies and then he pointed to the "t" in the name and said that he "wanted the one with the cross on it."  Graham just seems like he has really caught on to alot of things lately-we heard him counting to 12 yesterday while playing hide and seek.  I have worked and worked on counting and finally gave up since we never made it past 3.  But now he can do it perfectly (well, except for skipping number 7)
  • The girls spent the day at Nonna's house and had a great time hanging out with Nonna and Pops.  Reagan did some of her schoolwork and even let Pops touch her bum leg.  Campbell busied herself with sneaking and eating cookies.  Finally Pops had to hide them.  Keaton just watched all of the happenings and had quite a few bottles.
  • When the boys and I arrived, we had lunch and they played outside for a bit before I loaded everyone up.  At home, they played for awhile and then Campbell and Keaton napped and we did school.  
  • The highlight of the school day was working on our 100 day glasses.  Anderson did his quickly, Graham worked for a bit and then quit and Reagan worked and worked on hers.  Just amazing how different everyone is.  They played for the rest of the afternoon-mostly peacefully.
  • Robby came home and we had supper with cookies for dessert.  After a bit more playing, they all came downstairs wearing their pajamas.  Well, all except Graham who had somehow put on Campbell's orange shirt from the day.  He had it on backwards and thought that he was wearing his orange pj shirt.  He was so proud of himself and he looked like the cutest little girl from the back with his pleated shirt.  

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