Random, everyday moments that make up your week.
It’s what we do here every Friday…but only using cell phone pics!
I use Instagram (I’m jeannettg) but any cell phone pics will work!
Here’s what we did:
Grandma Tina sent each of the kids a $5 bill inside their Valentine’s Day cards this year.
They were SUPER excited to hand the money over to the checker.
Have fun with that kids…when you work for that money, it’s not nearly as exciting.
Now move over, mommy has to pay for the rest of this stuff in the cart.
Go. to. Costco. NOW.
Today. As soon as they open.
I normally don’t even really like biscotti but the second I popped one of these in my mouth from the sample lady, I immediately grabbed a tub.
Which may or may not have been empty by the end of the week.
(All of us ate them…not just me!)
Lucy has taken to laying in this little box of sunlight that pours in through the playroom door.
“Mommy, it’s cozy and warm!”
Like a cat. Only with the gracefulness of an elephant.
But she makes us laugh…every day.
Henry asked to butter his own toast the other day.
You know, because he’s getting big now.
I had to literally walk out of the kitchen as I watched him eat it. I really thought I was going to puke.
We had a fancy schmancy dinner thing with one of Andy’s clients this week.
Feeling bloated, ugly and less than svelte, I declared that I was at the very least going to have pretty toes and fingers. Maybe that would distract from…well, everything else. (You know those girls that are just darling when they are pregnant? Yeah, well, I pretty much hate them.)
As I sat waiting for my nails to dry in that weird blue light table thing, I got to stare at the fancy selection of acrylic nail decor.
I think #23 is really quite lovely. Super patriotic. And imagine all TEN flags waving proudly as you go about your day. Enough to make a grown man cry from country loving pride.
(For the record, my manicure consisted of filing my short natural nails and painting them…nude.)
And then I groaned audibly at the gas pump this week.
The bad thing about having four kids?
You can’t drive a cute bitty little 40 mpg car.
So, when my total came to just pennies below $100…knowing it’s not yet hit its peak…I seriously wondered if I could make rickshaws work for us.
It’s California…I think we can make it happen.
Okay, now it’s your turn!
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