Monday, August 21, 2006

Just Another Day in Paradise

Just checking in:

Weight: 157 (-2 libs.)

Woo-hoo! I'm trying to be healthy, I'm trying to be healthy. So why did I eat all those M & M's and tortilla chips? Luckily, all I had for dinner was a salad. Yum, yum.

Bennett was sick today, so I had to take half a day offf work. Weston called right when I got to school and announced that Bennett had thrown up during the night. Fun. When I got home at 11:30, Weston left to go to orientation at the Seminary. I went back to Bennett's room to get him some shorts - SURPRISE - and saw the vomit still on the sheets and his stuffed monkey (Bobo). I was not happy. Hello! Can you not even clean up the puke? How did I get stuck with that? Oh, well. I cleaned ita ll p before the little guy took a nap. Bobo even got a "bath" in the washing machine. I think he liked it.

Luckily, Bennett's all better now. It comes from spending the day with Mommy. If only I could do this every day. Not the throw-up part, just the being home with the "baby" part. And how cute are they:
Isn't this adorable? We just got their hair cut over the weekend. My father-in-law called and exclaimed: "You sheared him!" He barely even recognized his own grandson. I know, I know. Everyone is jealous of my adorable, sweet little angels. Eat your heart out!

3 comments:

Sayre said...

I have my own adorable angel - only he's bigger than yours. He does NOT want to be sheared - um, have a haircut. I am not willing to turn this into a battle though. I told him he could have his hair if he took care of it (i.e., washed it!).

Sorry about the throw-up mess. Bet that killed your appetite for a while! and Congratulations on your loss... Feels good, doesn't it????

Nikki said...

THEY ARE SO CUTE.

Sorry about the puke - I know what that's like.

I can't wait for Connor to have his first hair cut - it's going to be soooo cute!!! As it stands now though, he barely has any hair! LOL

Christina_the_wench said...

If only they were a little older, we could arrange marriage them to my daughters. Good Christian boys are my goal. Here's hoping...