This house needs some estrogen! *Sidenote: I am NOT pregnant.*
Could we possibly watch any more movies about semis, tractors, excavators, loaders, big machines? I tried my dangdest this morning to get the kids to watch a Disney movie with me but nope, "Big Trucks Rollin'" won out.
*Another sidenote: Three snotty-nosed kids and one cougher is why we were watching movies and not in church, just for those of you who were wondering.*
And, I try really hard to get the boys to do stickers, coloring, playing 'house' with me. They will last a few minutes but inevitably, wrestling, tractor-pushing and running around screaming like a hyenna always wins out.
I don't know why and honestly I really don't want to know but the twins came into our room this morning and crawled into bed totally naked.
After we had made several stops yesterday and had gotten in and out of the car for the 4th time, Isaac says, "Listen, I am getting really tired of this" plain as day. Hello, self-reflection time.
Isaac scares me. Yesterday we ate in Aggieville and he just waved and waved and waved to all the pretty girls walking by on such a beautiful day. I don't like where this is going.
Jorden, smarty-pants boy that he is, has got it figured out. We went to Coldstone for a birthday treat. He "helped" Jereme and me eat our ice cream first before eating his. That boy is after my own heart, I tell ya.
And, Luke, oh, Luke is ever the sweetheart. He tolerates being drug all over creation, skipping naps, having to go hours on end without a dry diaper b/c we forget he isn't potty-trained all with his signature smile and dimples.