Day 10: A Day in Photos
|I forgot to take a picture this morning, but we eat breakfast together before heading to school.
The Ladybug was cold yesterday, hence the mittens with her Cheerios.
|This is my office. I spent nearly all of my free time here today.|
|This is part of my classroom. I have been so busy lately that I barely leave this room.
Good thing I like it.
|This was my walk home today. I left early because I needed to run some errands.
Usually I get home around 4:30 and I am lucky enough to be greeted by a Ladybug running down the street towards me, screaming, “Mom!” Best part of every day.
|The outside of our house.
Today I tried to sneak to the car because if I go in,
it’s really hard to get out…
|… but I heard the Sprout crying so I went in to check.
She was just being a pickle. I was rewarded by this face.
|Today I drove out to Saar to pick up our tickets for our Valentine’s Day date.
I’ve never been to this club before-
it’s MUCH nicer on the inside than the outside
(we’re going to see a Michael Buble impersonator).
|Then I went to the craft-cum-equestrian shop.
Oh yes, that’s right- literally half of the store is arts and crafts supplies,
the other half is saddles and riding crops and leather. It makes me laugh.
|This is our neighborhood convenience store.
I am literally here every day- usually for milk.
Today it was bread.
|For your amusement, this is the pork section.
It is a separate area of the store and clearly marked,
lest some unsuspecting Muslim wander in and be tainted forever.
|Dinner was spaghetti bolognese, made by the Rugby Star.
This picture does not do it justice.
|The Ladybug having her dinner and showing off her bandaid on her ‘little gaze (graze).”
Very traumatic, as you can see.
|We eat as a family most nights which is something I love.
It’s never quiet and it’s never boring.
|The Ladybug decided she wanted to feed the Sprout tonight.
|We headed upstairs for playtime and
the Sprout got ahold of my toothpaste.
I had to chase her down to get it back.
That was fun.
|Then we all ‘flash lighted’ stuff, as the Ladybug calls it.
That provided about 30 minutes of entertainment.
|Next, it was bath time.
The Ladybug had another boo-boo that she was keeping out of the water.
|Finally, books and bedtime.
Sprout was amazed at how cute she looked in Mommy’s phone.
|Oh wait! This happened on my way to the craft store.
No one else batted an eye…