A note to my sweet, beautiful, smart, girls: You will learn how to do your own laundry at the age of
My son, has been a well of information and laughs this week. He's only (almost) 3 and boy oh boy! Yesterday, while I was
The boy: Mommy, by plya(blend all the letter together and this is kinda what it sounded like) is hurt.
Me: Um, Your plya? What is your plya?
The boy: Dis wight here...as he points to his nipple and dis is my tattoo...as he points to his other nipple.(Thank God, he only has two!)
Me: oh, well...that's good to know.
Sweet Pea: (yelling as loud as she can, even though I'm in the next room...with the door open) MOMMY, BROTHER HAS HIS DRINK AND IS MAKING A MESS ON THE TABLE.
Me: OK, thanks...now that I can't hear.
Me: Oh son, grumbles are you trying to send me to the looney bin today?
The boy: YES!
Me: Oh good to know, at least we are on the same page. I now know what my day holds. At least in the looney bin I will get to sleep.
Me: Stop jumping on your bed. You're going to get hurt.
The boy: exactly 5.6 seconds later...I hear crying form his room. Mommy! I broke my head!
Me: Trying not to laugh hysterically because at this point I would rather laugh than cry Are....laughs..you...laughs..ok?
The boy: Yes, I'm fine.
Me: Well, good! I'm glad your head's not broken!
The boy: Yeah...
All of this happened in one day. Not even a full day. But between 8:30 and 4:30 yesterday. I'm glad I
This week in home school, My Sweet Pea has learned to read a small book. Yay! It's so exciting! She still struggles through some words, but after sounding them out she gets it! Some times she gets so excited she just sees the first word and guesses (ex: she sees the h in has and assumes it's had) She is doing really well though! I am so proud of her. :) It really is rewarded to see your kids accomplish such a goal.(Regardless of home school or public school! )
So here's to a great weekend
*Even if Mt. Laundry is going to explode in 2 days and I have to do it all again! :)