Today's pictures were randomly taken when I happened to remember it was the 10th. Not my best effort for sure, but enjoy our day, nonetheless.
8:20 - walking to the bus stop in a huff. Can't remember exactly why, but I do know it had something to do with shoes.
9:00 - we should be getting in the car for preschool. However, he was just so tired and had a rough night. He fell back to sleep around 6:00, so I figured I'd let him sleep a bit longer. Getting to preschool a little late surely won't affect his future academic career.
12:00 - home from preschool and everyone wanted to watch Super Why on PBS Kids. Both Clancy and Colin are in their superhero garb. Zachary refused to get dressed (i.e. threw a HUGE tantrum) when I had a Batman shirt for him. I guess Batman isn't his favorite. Who knew?
1:00 - Spiderman showing off his new Kindle. We purchased them for our upcoming summer drive across country. According to him, it's his "dream come true."
1:30 - Still not dressed and now trying to squeeze behind his dresser to avoid taking a nap.
Sometime between 2:00 and 4:00 - I was frantically looking for Colin's social security card as we needed it for his speech evaluation on the 11th. It wasn't where I thought it was. Nor was it in my alternative spots. Thought I may have put it in our lockbox, but then couldn't find where I put the key. Finally found the key, but no card. After going through nearly every file and pieces of paperwork we have (which is A LOT!!!) I found his and his brothers' cards oddly tucked in a random file in the back of one of my file drawers around 5:30. Not sure how they got there, but VERY glad to have found them. Now to put the house back together before the evaluators come tomorrow! Ugh!
4:00 - after refusing to sleep, Clancy and I hung out on the couch for a while. He enjoys looking at and taking pictures with my phone. Here he's saying, "That's me!"
Later in the day I made a tasty chicken and summer veggie stir fry with a sunflower seed butter sauce. While it was tasty, it certainly wasn't pretty, so best to let that photo slide.
In other news, we're ramping up our preparations to potty train these two. WHOO to the HOO! They're VERY excited to sit on their new Blue Potties. Let's see how excited they are to use them.
I also thought it might be a good idea to try out this kids urinal as none of my children are particularly tall and standing on a stool is tricky sometimes. Plus this one is sort of cute and has a fun spinner to aim at. Training to aim early on certainly couldn't hurt. Unfortunately, it will be going back. It is TINY! The bowl is so small you'd never be able to empty a full bladder in it, a little boy would need laser precision aim, and if you hit the bowl or spinner with any force, you'd have splatter everywhere. Good try L'il Jumblr - your product is certainly cute, but you obviously have never had little boys.