Today Ellie pooped,
On my bedroom floor.
With Luke's toothbrush as a tool, she dug through her poop and smashed it into my carpet,
And onto her hand.
I didn't take a picture. . .
Friday, March 19, 2010
Today Ellie pooped,
Posted by Kaydee at 3:46 PM
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
I have recently returned from a fantastically fabulous trip to San Francisco. I loved nearly every minute of it (all except the part that I nearly suffered a severe panic attack due to a bit of turbulence followed by a ride on the subway. . .I'm SO sheltered!).
I fully intend to post a highly entertaining post giving San Fran all of the love and attention it deserves. . .but not today.
When I think about my trip it will always provoke feelings of excitement and enjoyment.
It will be easy to write about the great times we had even if I write about it a week from now, but today is different. Today was a normal day. A normal day that for some reason I am feeling a bit of fondness towards. If I put this post off for a week or so, I am absolutely certain my feelings won't be replicated.
So, Mom, Linzy, Kylee, and Grandmas, our trip will be featured, don't you worry your pretty heads, but until then. . . here's to normal!
One of my life-long besties and old roommate, Lynsey, posted a link to this blog. I am smitten. It was there that I read this overwhelming appropriate quote:
With that, Luke decisively declared his desire to join in, then the fun began.
They quickly got to work gathering their supplies which included:
- Various Parts of a Breast Pump,
- Several Halloween Cups,
- Bottle Nipples
- Medicine Droppers
- Measuring Cups
What more could aspiring scientists ask for?
As for Ellie. . .She couldn't have been happier, reading (ok, looking) without interruption. . .
and playing with her best friend, Cow. Yes that’s right, her best friend happens to be a giraffe. A giraffe who seems to have no problem being named “Cow.”
Thank you normal day.
I hope to cherish you always.
Posted by Kaydee at 3:41 PM