So this morning, I'm trying to sleep in but L is telling me he wants milk. I tell him we're out of milk because we are. Solved my problem right? A couple minutes later, he brings me a bottle and a box of rice dream.
Today K told me he loves the new kitchen table. In his attempt to try it out I must of told him not to. Later on he asked, "if we can't use the table, what's it for?" I had to think about that one. The only thing I could come up with is "it's for decoration."
At about 4:30am A woke up and couldn't fall back asleep. He kept saying "nanananana." He's not very cuddly, so it was hard to try to rock him to sleep. Maybe he's teething, or misses his dad. Or perhaps he didn't like the disposable diapers I put him in. Most likely it was the refried beans I ate. For whatever reason it was a while before I could get him to fall asleep. He doesn't like to be held for long. Soon after he fell asleep, he threw himself back signaling he wants to be put in his crib. We're going to have a fabulous time on the airplane ride in the middle of the night. He's a lap child. I'm up for any suggestions for traveling on an airplane with kids. And don't tell me benadryl because there's a layover in NY and I can't imagine trying to get three groggy kids off the airplane and back on.
This is where C is at. He told me about the large trucks the mine uses to find gold, but this was unimaginable.
This is the closest were going to get to holding 1/2 million which is what each brick is worth. If you're planning on robbing us, don't think about it. This undisclosed area is far, far away and very secure. Plus, it's not ours.