Instead of giving you a bunch of congruent thoughts tied together, I'll give you some random stuff from the past week and a half.
*It may or may not be a sign from God that you should just turn around and go home when your kid yacks all over herself and the carseat 10 minutes into a six hour car ride.
*We chose keep driving.
*The smell of yack on the carseat doesn't go away very easily.
*Since we spent Thanksgiving in Milwaukee, we brought our girls' snow suits, hats and mittens along in preparation for the cold temperatures.
*It was at least 50 degrees every day we were there.
*This mama's heart was so blessed that the girls' Masa and Masi baby-proofed the house before our arrival (1064).
*Eye infections in toddlers really suck (and keep coming back).
*Antibiotic drops really do work (1065).
*I'd rather hug a porcupine than put drops in the girls' eyes.
*Someone needs to invent a way to make that process easier. There's lots of money to be made there.
*The girls learned two really important signs from their Masi and Masa. 1) dragon 2) llama (1066)
*You just never know when you might run into a dragon or a llama. It's good to prepare your kids for this.
*Watching the girls play "doctor" with their new doctor kit is awesome! (1067)
*Did you know that 25% of toddlers know how to operate smart phones? I have no idea what they're talking about.
*Having someone else read the same books over and over and over (andoverandoverandoverandover) to the girls is good. (1068)
*You never realize just how long Dr. Seuss books are until you have to read the 50+ pages at least 12 times a day. (1069)