|Girlfriend loves the snow! She likes to walk around in her boots just in case I happen to leave a door open.|
|This is what happens when we can't go outside.|
|I think this couch is on it's last winter, every week I have to shove my hand into one of its many holes to retrieve a pile of food and Legos...|
Life has, in a good way, been fairly uneventful this week. I will share one exciting moment - I changed the sheets on the boys' bed. But not just any sheets. I dug out the Thomas the Train set that came with the bunk bed when we got it at a yard sale. I was a little behind on laundry and wanted to go ahead and make the bed, so I slapped those babies on Jack's bunk without considering the drama that could ensue. Namely that Jude just kinda loves Thomas right now. I mean, the kid was ecstatic about "Thomas sheets." Unfortunately, his bed is a double so they wouldn't have fit anyway. But then I made the mistake of letting him take a nap in Jack's bed that day since his sheets weren't dry yet. Now Jude seems to think he has the right to sleep in Jack's bed any time he wants to. The sheets are cool and all, but it's the pillow case that's the real kicker. A huge Thomas the Train face that you can rest your tired little head on. Of course, Jude's crazy about it. Every night he tries to bargain with Jack to trade him pillows. This usually results in an after-hours slinging back and forth of pillows that has very little to do with who gets Thomas and much more to do with who can knock the other guy out with his pillow. Argh, bedtime has taken on a new twist.
|It may look like he's really concentrating, but actually he's just watching advertisements and game trailers. If I hear one more commercial for Kids Bop 20 I'll scream.|
|This looks much worse than it was.|
|See totally fine, she's laughing. ... I told Jack not to try it again.|
|Helping me make brownies.|
|She looks so big in these photos, I can almost picture us having another baby ... Oh wait, we are.|
|Totally in to tooth-brushing right now.|
Well, I think that's enough excitement for now. It's Friday, the sky is threatening snow, I've got a pile of towels shoved in the crack under my front door, Jude's fast asleep in his "holey" bed, the couch cushions are all in their proper place and will stay there until after naptime, and my handsome plumber will be around the entire weekend should any further toilet mishaps occur. Life looks good!