Karli is always sifting through my underwear drawer like she is looking for something. I have a pair with yellow smiley faces all over them and she calls them my Nick Jr. underwear. She gets pretty upset that I never want to wear the Nick Jr. ones. The other day she was doing her typical routine of checking some of my underwear out while I was getting dressed. She picked up a black pair that were basically see through with some lace and red design on the front. She goes, “Oh, mommy…. I love these…are they your church underwear?”
Today we visited the preschool that Karli is going to attend next year. I honestly can not even imagine having every single one of my kids out of the house at the same time. Her first day of preschool is going to be a very bittersweet moment, but she is so ready. She will be 4 in August so she will attend just one year of preschool before she starts Kindergarten. We were at the preschool for about an hour and she didn’t want to leave, so that is a good sign.
Andrew had his first baseball scrimmage on Saturday and his team did really well, but Andrew felt that something was missing. He came to the conclusion that his team was lacking chemistry and he has convinced his coach (Ken) as much. In result this Friday he has invited his team over for a pizza party so they can all hang out and get to know one another better. How many pizzas do you buy for ten 11 & 12 year olds? Yikes! He wanted them to stay the night, but I finally talked them into ending the evening at 10pm! I can’t imagine 10 pre-teen boys sprawled out around my house.
If life were only this easy for adults too. Trying to catch bubbles, the hardest part of their day.