I don’t know, do you need a laugh today? I know I do. Or a bottle of Tequila. Leah’s been battling with what we learned today is a sinus infection all week which means… crazy high fevers, no sleeping, crying, etc. I’m drained. But laughing is a good remedy for all things, right? Let’s just start at the doctor’s office today. That seems most appropriate.
Doctor: What was the fever?
Doctor: Ok, where was that?
Me: In her bedroom?
Doctor: (Laughs) I mean, under her arm, tongue, ear…
Me: Oh, ear.
You guys, I’m tired.
Me: Quinnie! If you don’t stop making that noise, I’m gonna blow a casket!
Kyle: A gasket?
Don’t correct me when I’m threatening the children.
Leah: “mommy, mommy, can I have an idea?!”
Me: Nope. Sorry. No one gets any ideas today.
While Quinn is growing up, we talk a lot with Leah about, “when you were a baby you couldn’t say many words…” Or whatever the situation demands. Or sometimes, “when daddy was a little boy… when mommy was little… when Dunkie was little…” The results of those small history lessons are proving to be very effective.
“Mommy, did you know when I was a little boy, I liked to play soccer.”
I don’t even know what to say sometimes.
My sister. God love her. After reading my blog yesterday, I get this text…
Man, it made me laugh.
However, please do not feel required to send me your grocery shopping lists. I care what we eat, I do not care what you eat.
Here’s to a weekend filled with sleeeeeeeep!