In a world with a 4 year old, a 3 year old, a 16 month old, a 3 month old and two soldiers you never know what misadventures await. Life is always springing the unexpected and I want to share them with you. Welcome to my world.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

This Morning

I woke up this morning to my Hubby saying, "Sweetheart, Aidan wants a cracker." My thoughts were jumbled and still sleeping as far as I was concerned.

"I don't have any crackers," I snapped."

"Yes, you do. They're on your nightstand," he pointed out, sounding tired himself.

"Oh," was all I could say.

With very blurry vision, lifting my head I managed to pull a couple crackers and pushed them into my son's eagerly waiting hands. That's when my daughter toddled over and wanted some too.

But I was already asleep. So, started the cycle over again. We did this until the crackers were gone and I finally could wake myself up enough to be with my kids.

As you can see its been one of those days, I've got one of those migraines that keeps you down and out all day, but I have two of the cutest kids ever to help brighten my day. In fact Aislynn just tried to share a frosted mini wheat with me. I'm always amazed at how lucky I am to have been blessed with such amazing kids!


  1. Kids are indeed a blessing. My kids don't generally get crackers, because the oldest one thinks it's funny to chew them up and then proceed to spew crumbs everywhere. Obviously the younger one sees this, finds it funny and joins in.

  2. I don't know about the spewing, but I know that the floors almost always have cracker crumbs or junks, cereal pieces and sometimes cereal bars squashed into it. I think oh my gosh what a mess, but the food keeps them happy & me sane! (I think that's what counts.)