For those of you more worldly than I (not in the materialistic sense, just in the you-know-what's-going-on-in-the-world sense), you probably have seen this picture already, but I love it:
Today I am going to the dentist with John-Paul and Andrew. Two out of three of us will probably have a cavity. Being realistic, not pessimistic.
Phil and I started watching Once Upon a Time on Netflix, and although I refused to watch it when it was airing on tv (why? I'll never know.) it's actually been really good.
Alexander has croup. When our first child got croup, we rushed him to the ER in the middle of the night. Now we are a teensy bit more relaxed and can recognize the symptoms of croup and use the nebulizer, bring them to a steamy bathroom, sleep in a cool room until we can get to the doctor the next day. The doctor prescribed steroids which did the trick in two doses and she gave us extra because "for some reason your kids tend to get croup". Yup, we're special like that.
Because of this virus, Xander has been waking up at night, and let me tell you, there is nothing better for NFP than sick kids in the middle of the night. Thank you sir, I'll not take another. But as soon as everyone is healthy and sleeping through the night, I'll get my toddler fever again.
I can't believe this football news. These two on the same team? My team?
I drove the big van in a parking lot the other day, and my kids thought it was hysterical. They know that Mom doesn't drive the Beast unless it's an emergency. I'll be cramming all future kids into my minivan for as long as I can.
Fall Soccer registration has started! Already! And therefore I'm breaking out in hives wondering how we're going to schedule 4 games, 2 clinics, and 3 practices each week. Are bilocations just for Saints, because this sinner could sure use that ability.
That's all she wrote!