But I keep thinking I'll remember everything cute they do and say and of course I don't. And I don't remember to write it down either, so I'm trying to get better at it.
For instance, right now, if Tula is talking about that black silhouette that the sun casts on the pavement she says, "Mom, is that my eye shadow?"
Luke is saying Mommy, Daddy, Addie and for Tula he says, "Doy!" It is beyond adorable. We'll be yelling, "Tula! Come here!" and Luke chimes in, "Doy! Doy!"
Henry says Mama, Dad, and Nah. As in, no. "Nah!"
And Addie can say everything, she is extremely well-spoken for a 4 year old, but sometimes things are so overwhelming she just can't stop talking about it. When Tula had an allergic reaction to Amoxicillin we were at the doctor's office every day for a week and one of those times Addie was with us and the doctor had to check Tula's nether regions because there were hives everywhere. EVERYWHERE.
So, she put on her gloves, and started checking, and Addie just happened to be in the line-of-vagina-sight and the look of horror on her face was so mighty, and so hysterical I wish I had been filming it.
Immediately she said, "MOM! I do not like looking at her vagina! Oh no. No. No. No. No. Is that what mine looks like inside?"
She was practically in tears for poor Tula and her totally normal vagina.
And then she talked about it every hour for about four days.
Ah, kids! They are so adorable!!!
She needs her goggles for the wolf petting.
No time for Daddy, she's got wolves to pet!
Luke has his sixth ear infection in six months. Such a bummer. It's ENT time.
So, I did something silly and let my friend talk me into running a St. Patty's day 10K. It turned out to be super fun, and I ran it faster than I've ever run before thanks to my friend C who sneakily paced me! Felt good to feel like a real person again, and not just someone's mom.
Plus you get a beer at the finish line! God bless the Irish!
My sister dyed her hair!
She's so gorge.
Just a little stroll on a pretty day!
Henbo and Boris have a strong love affair going.