*The snack experiment got off to a bad start. Less than 24 hours in Kylynn stole a piece of a brownie, now mind you it was a tiny little piece but still. Now that the newness of it all has worn off I've yet to see her eat anything out of her snack bin and the fruit and veggies are hardly touched.
* Since Chloe came home I've been doing my grocery shopping at night time. By the time we get the kids to bed and I get all my stuff together I'm getting to the store around 9 o'clock at night, it's amazing to me that I manage to buy the right things and stay awake to drive home. Last week I got home from the store and began putting everything away, I was so tired that it took me about 15 minutes before I noticed this.
Yes, there are onions hanging in my pantry. Kyle had taken up some of the ones from our garden and had hung them up to dry while I was out. Speaking of my pantry want to see the rest of it, well since you asked and all.
*My summer goals are coming along. The teacher's pet in me now feels like I'm going to be graded since I let the
*Kylynn is so excited about gymnastics that she keeps asking how many more days. Yesterday afternoon she asked if it was tomorrow yet (because I had told her that morning that gymnastics was tomorrow). I told her that it is never tomorrow it is always today. This made me laugh to myself thinking how much my "deep thought" would be over her head, instead of being confused she said, "I knoooow that mooom, but when is it going to be time for gymnastics." So much for teaching her something this summer.
*Speaking of Kylynn did I tell you she's got some weird fascination lately with coloring on things that she knows she is NOT allowed to color on, the couch, or the carpet for example. By the way, anyone know how to get crayon out of your carpet or how to get your five your old to obey?
*Now for some links I've been meaning to share (the titles are mine, theirs are more normal):
From It's Almost Naptime, Vitamin D is speed
From Russell Moore, Adoption talk from Kung Fu Panda 2
Also from It's Almost Naptime, 30,000 dollars for their adoption, paid in full by God
From Sit a Spell, This post had Kyle and I asking hard questions and praying big prayers