Thursday, June 4, 2009

Surprise Breakfast!

I woke this morning to find my 10 year old cooking breakfast for the family. She was making scrambled eggs and english muffins. It was very cute she did not know that she was supposed to
cut the english muffin in half, and she had the burner on the stove up way too high. After a little instruction she was well on her way to cooking for the family. I was so tickled that she thought of everybody this morning. Ahh the little things in life.
As I sit here and type this my son is eating a blue popsicle at 10:00 in the morning. I know what you are thinking how could I give him a popsicle soo early in the am? Well my hubby works from home and we have to be very quiet all the time, can you imagine having to be sooo quiet all the time with 3 children? Talk about stress to the max! So back to the popsicle, my son wanted a popsicle and I said "No", he then started to scream while my hubs was on the phone. I had asked my daughter to just give it to him. She then started to ask "Why does he get everything he wants?" I had replied "Because I don't want to hear him scream". She then had a light bulb go off in her head, she asked "If I start to scream will I get anything I want"? If only life were that simple.



I'm going out on a limb here...was it the middle child testing your "screamin popsicle" limits?!!!


I mean to tell you that your post about the oldest one is too sweet! She really is growing up!!!

Also, I have my new blog up and running. I made it a 3-column. Call/email me if you want to drop by one day/evening with your laptop and I can walk you thru the steps. It was so much easier the 2nd time around!

KC Mom

I see nothing wrong with blue popsicles in the morning! Gotta get your water in somehow!:)


Somewhat new to blogger! Came acrossed your blog through in home daycare provider link on my profile. Love your blog, looking forward to sharing.


How cute she was cooking breakfast for the family. Tell her she can come over to our house anytime! *wink*

I see nothing wrong with eating popsicles at ANY TIME of day. :-)


Terri, thanks for the complement. So I am assuming you also have a in home daycare? We will have to share ideas. Thanks for following.


I'm so glad we'll be able to keep up on what you are doing! I can really relate to your oldest post. I have been (okay, I still am :) ) really nervous about being in Utah for a year, but I keep telling myself it will be okay because it is a chance to "simplify the chaos." I look forward to reading more about your family, too! Take care-

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