- Lately, Little Man has been insisting on changing into his pajamas before he will lay down and take a nap. Which means that sometimes, Hubby comes home in the late afternoon or evening and asks me why I didn't get Little Man dressed today.
- I'd like to take a minute to thank the child who dropped the almost-full bottle of vegetable oil upside down on the pantry closet floor and LEFT IT THERE. I've always wondered what it would be like to clean puddles of oil off a linoleum floor. It was also *fun* to have to throw out most of the things on the floor of the pantry closet and right outside the closet. Mental note: Add vegetable oil to the shopping list.
- On Saturday, Hubby was in the living room with the kids, and I was in the kitchen washing bottles. All of a sudden, Hubby leapt up from the couch and yelled, "Stop! Don't put that in her mouth!" A minute later, he came into the kitchen to inform me that Little Man fed Star something and that he thought it was a rice crispie. Naturally, my first question was, "Did you get it back out of her mouth?" I was answered with a blank stare. "Well, no. Should I have?" No, dear husband. When you see the 2 year old stuff something into the baby's mouth, you wait to see if the baby will choke on it before taking action.
- Today, I googled "what is a leprechaun trap" and "how to make a leprechaun trap". I just *love* it when Princess brings a note home from school with the barest minimum of information on the project. (This one read along the lines of "Make a leprechaun trap and send it to school by March 15th.") Or maybe, everyone else in the world already knows what a leprechaun trap is and how to make one and I'm completely out of the loop, ahem, rainbow. I think we (or more realistically, I, because Princess will be all excited until 4 minutes into the project and then wander away to pick on her brother while I finish the whole thing) are going to try making a trap like this one I found on Pinterest. You can see the tutorial here.
- Star is already a pro at eating from a spoon thanks to a certain grandpa who has shared his ice cream with her several times now. I'm sure she'll be thrilled with the bland rice cereal I have planned for her future now that she's realized what good things come on spoons.
This cracks me up every time I look at it. Apparently, the sun toy on the jumperoo was a little scary for Star.
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