My pocket is full of tissues - some dirty - from Lily's runny nose.
Lily's sleeve is covered with slime (see previous).
My gall bladder removal is scheduled for Friday the 13th...of February. The day before Valentine's Day. So I'm getting just what I wanted...an excuse to spend the whole day in bed sleeping and watching movies.
Jacob is in his booster seat at the table, playing with the little car dashboard that his grandparents gave to Lily when she was his age. He doesn't know it sings out of tune.
One of my friends is at the hospital in labor right now. I think "A Baby Story" is there with her.
Lily is walking around with no pants on, her diaper dragging from one ankle.
I'm going to a potluck dinner at church tonight and have nothing to bring. Maybe I'll make chocolate pudding pie.
Lily peed on the potty for the first time last week. It's funny congratulating someone over and over for something so mundane and oftentimes inconvenient to an adult.
Jacob just dropped his car toy and is complaining that he has been left all alone in the kitchen. He doesn't like to be alone.
I keep small scizzors in my purse to chop off the top of straws for Lily in restaurants. This keeps her from tipping the cup too far and spilling juice all over herself.
Lily likes to line up her Little People in very neat rows. All of the peole have to be facing the same direction. When I turn one or two around, she turns them right back.
Lily's hair barrette is blue with sparkles. Think I'll look less like a 12-year-old if I steal it for myself?
I spent $45 on 30 pieces of clothing yesterday (none for us). I saved $350.