Wednesday, October 16, 2013

A little randomness

So do you like my new window cover.  It looks great right?  Not trashy at all.  Yes, it is lime green duct tape.  No, we didn't have anything else to cover our broken window with.  Some little punks threw a rock at it last night.  At least they already got busted so hopefully we will get reimbursed for it.  There are three things I have been thinking about with all of this  1- I sure hope my kiddos don't grow up and do stupid stuff like this  2- I am grateful I never had the desire to do this type of thing growing up and 3- Nate was a little punk kid too, hanging out with kids who liked to blow up mailboxes.  Now karma is biting us in the butt.  You're killing me hubs. 

In other happenings.....Baylor graduated to a big bed.  I don't know whether to shout hallelujah --no more crib ever, or cry.  Ten years of having a crib and now it's just gone.  A little bitter sweet. But mostly sweet.  On to bigger and better things.  So far so good with the bed.  Other than him getting out (or falling out) sometime in the night and sleeping curled up in a ball on the floor, i'd say it went pretty well.  Don't worry, he wasn't on the floor too long.  I kept checking on him.  I'm not a totally neglectful mother. Nap time was a success too so here's to hoping it continues.....

It was a Walmart day today.  Anyone else hate going to Walmart as much as I do?  Normally I get plenty of stares from people when I shop alone with my 4 little's.  Today i'm sure we got some extra attention because Grif decided to walk down the aisles singing "these are the people of walmart".  Good times.  Just in case you have no idea what i'm talking about, here you go....

Sunday, October 13, 2013

My face is still red

Do you ever have those super embarrassing moments you would just love to forget.  Unfortunately I seem to have them all too often.  Last night I had one that was quite the doozy.   I would like to forget it and move on.  Nate told me I need to lighten up.  I can totally lighten up.  Instead of ignore it, I figured I would document it.  Why not.  
So Nate decided he needed man time and headed to the BYU game with his brothers.  I was whining about  being stuck home with the kiddos again.  He told me if he could go he would bring me home a cougar tail.  Okay, works for me, see ya later love.  Cougar tails are one of my favorites.  I waited  all night for the game to get over so I could enjoy that tasty goodness.  I was becoming slightly impatient (shocker) and sent him a text that said (well, first of all before I put what it said, don't judge me.  I'm just trying to have fun with the hubs) so it said "how long am I going to have to wait to get that tail tonight".  A little flirting is always good for a marriage, right?  Too dang bad I didn't send it to my husband.  I SENT IT TO THE NEIGHBOR!  The male neighbor.  How does that even happen?  As soon as I hit send I saw the name on my phone.  I almost died.  Seriously, I think my heart stopped for a second.  To add icing to the cake he is in the bishopric.  How in the world am I supposed to go to church today and look him in the eye?  I feel the flu coming on. 
Luckily, we are good friends with him.  It was cleared up pretty quickly.  I do however want to apologize to his wife for accidentally making a pass at her husband.  
Anyone else think I need to make an appointment with my bishop? 

Friday, October 11, 2013

Anyone have a dollar I can borrow?

I'm just wondering how long I have to wait to throw this nasty thing away that the nurse so kindly let Dax keep. I don't want to be the "mean mom" that gets rid of the stuff her kid likes.  However, it's smelly and..... well mostly just smelly.  Letting him keep it for one day is long enough, right?  There has to be some sort of a cast fairy that will give him a dollar in exchange for the stinky thing.  I think I just may be on to something here.  Now whose piggy bank can I borrow a dollar from?