If I had a dime for everytime I hear the word "why?"
and, I've only started with Max. I still have to get through Zoey and Penelope.
I guess this is when I'm thankful that Quinlin doesn't talk like they do.
October 30, 2009
If I had a dime for everytime I hear the word "why?"
October 28, 2009
After Max had seen me nurse Penelope a few times he asked me what I was doing. I said I was feeding her. He asked what I was feeding her. I responded with mommy's special milk. This is the conversation that followed....
"Why do you have Milk" asked Max.
I replied "God gave Mommies milk to feed babies"
He thought and had a serious look on his face and then said "I think God should give Daddies milk too!"
"I agree!" I chuckled.
Share the duty. That would be wonderful!
Posted by Cheesetown at 1:48 PM
October 27, 2009
Erik is a great Dad and Husband. It is hard to explain sometimes what it is that makes him so wonderful. He is fun, loving and charming. But here is more to him than those things. I guess you could say he's just... comfort! Like mashed potatoes, hot cheesy lasagna, you know those yummy hot foods that just make you feel good and comforted... just being around him makes you feel like home. He is so easy to be with. He is simple, relaxing. Like curling up with a blanket by a hot fire and cup of yummy coffee... that is Erik. And...he's all mine.
Posted by Cheesetown at 4:38 PM
October 26, 2009
Max and Zoey were bathing together today....and... like little kids sometimes do, Zoey pooped in the bath tub. I hear "Mom! come here!....Zoey just poo pooed in the bath!" As I'm cleaning everything up Max turns to Zoey and says "Zoey, that's Pa-Scusting! Don't poopie in the bath EVER again!" She grins at him. He yells to her "it's not funny Zoey, it's Pa-Scusting!"
He's right, it is Pa Scusting. But As he was so upset with her, I was trying hard not to laugh at him too!
Posted by Cheesetown at 1:13 PM
October 23, 2009
So I started making Halloween costumes for Quinlin many moons ago because I enjoy being creative, seeing what I can make from my imagination, and I'm super CHEAP! I didn't want to spend the $20- $30 for a costume and I thought I could have fun making her one and also save a bunch of money. Every year since Quinlin was about 3, I have made her Halloween costume. Then Max came and of course I made his too.
I try to settle on an idea many months in advance, because I'm cheap, and I can get the basics of our costume when things are on sale. We decided quite some time ago that this year we could be Pirates. My friend Laura has also been on board scouting out things that would work for some of the different kiddos. Little here and a little there and now I feel like this Pirate idea is running away with me. Between the million trips to Value Village on .99 day and taking trips to Michaels and JoAnns to use the 40% off coupon, I'm still missing some items. I just spent an hour in traffic to rush to the craft store to buy MORE feathers for Penelope's Parrot costume. Jeez! Who would have thought something that was supposed to be fun and cheap has turned into an expensive chore. Oh well. The kids will have fun. I'll post pictures after we get them.
Tomorrow, Trunk or Treat (our Halloween Party at church) will be here. I can't wait. I love Halloween.
Posted by Cheesetown at 12:59 PM
October 22, 2009
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October 19, 2009
I said "Max, don't climb on the chair any more....its breaking"
Max replies..." but I want to climb up there"
I go get the blue crate and say "use this to climb up there"
"But I want to climb up the chair" he says
I say "you can't anymore, its breaking"
"But I want to"
"I don't care, you're breaking it.... use the blue crate"
"I don't want to climb up there that way; I want to use the chair"
"You can't", "but why", "it's breaking", "but I want to"...
I'm going round in circles with a three year old... I think I’m going cookoo
Posted by Cheesetown at 6:49 PM
October 16, 2009
We're coming to CA for Christmas so I thought while we were there, I'd take the opportunity to do some sessions with folks there. Here are the details....
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Posted by Cheesetown at 9:21 AM
October 14, 2009
Sunday we went to our annual Pumpkin Path... the Farm. The kids are getting old enough they are starting to enjoy annual traditions and fun things that come with different times of the year. They had fun with the Hay Maze, petting zoo, Kettle Corn and of course... picking pumpkins.
Posted by Cheesetown at 3:38 PM