Every night around 7pm, it begins, without fail. Alex gets super affectionate and tells me “I love you, Mommy!” about every 12 minutes. He reminds me of a little drunk man; he will interrupt a conversation to tell me, or stop whatever he’s doing to remind me. I can’t help but giggle sometimes.
I was chatting with the kids about the new year, and asked them what goals they have for themselves in 2015.
…and yes, I forgot to post last night. Ugh!! Only three more days to go before we can end the daily blog challenge. Will I make it?!?
I think I can, I think I can, I think I can…
The kids were invited to sleep over at their grandparents’ house; this is something they do fairly often, but it’s always a treat for them.
So, earlier I declared today Pajama Day, and decided I might eat all the leftover Christmas cookies. While I didn’t eat all of them, I ate way too many and now regret it. Here is why you should never try to eat all the cookies:
We had a wonderful Christmas! The kids are thrilled with their gifts, and more importantly, we had a terrific time with our family.
Alex is just way too excited. After telling us “Merry Christmas!!” about 12 times, he finally got in his bed, only to stay there maybe six seconds before he started his “I’m not tired” routine.
Yep. Still up, wrapping gifts. The most difficult category is finished, and I’m about to begin the next category. I’ll leave family gifts for tomorrow.
…and I’m no where near ready.
This evening I had the pleasure of attending BalletMet’s The Nutcracker with my mom, daughter, sister, and niece. It’s become a holiday tradition, and a favorite one at that.