December 7, 2015

Keaton's First Visit to the Dentist!

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  • Thankfully, I was the first one awake this morning and was able to eat my cereal without anyone asking me a question.  I heard Whitman dropping his trains out of his bed and then climbing out so I met him at the door and all that he could think about was playing with his trains.  
  • Keaton was not too happy with our breakfast choice-cereal.  Which was kind of funny since we have at least 14 cereal choices and really, everyone should be able to find something that they like.  She finally picked Lucky Charms and everyone was happy.  
  • The day started with the kids doing their bit of school while I was working on my chores.  Then we were able to work on our science which I had fallen woefully behind in.  Today we discussed obsidian and pumice rock-yep, I learned something too.  
  • Then it was time for a quick lunch and then we loaded up for the Compassion Experience.  Once we arrived, we put on the headphones and started our journey through the two kids lives.  The kids listened intently-even Whitman-to their headphones and really seemed to take it all in.  I do hope that they remember how blessed they are after learning about those two kids lives.
  • Next up was dropping Whitman off with Nonna and then taking my crew to the dentist.  It was around 100 teeth for them to check today and no cavities and no talk of braces (just yet!)  This was also Keaton's first time at the dentist and she did perfect!
  • We picked up Whitman from Nonna's house-he was sound asleep and even continued his nap once we made it home and slept until I woke him up after 5.  He was one tired little boy.  When Robby came home, we started work on supper.
  • The kids loved their breakfast burritos and cinnamon rolls for supper.  Then the kids had a bit of downtime-Reagan did her school work for tomorrow, Graham did some of his and watched basketball, Whitman watched Thomas, Keaton and Campbell filled the living room with crafting items and Anderson played his kindle.  
  • Before bed, we did watch a short movie about Santa.  Reagan said that she thought it was about "80% real" and Graham said that he just didn't know.  My little thinker!  Either way, Santa has almost finished all of his shopping-at least, he knows what he is getting everyone!

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