No idea where she picked up her latest vocabulary word, but it sure was funny to hear her say it!
You see, since all three kids are good sleepers, it's always tempting to tumble into bed when they go to bed at 7:30 and get a solid 12 hours of rest. At least, it's tempting when I'm staying up until all hours obsessing over the number of quilts I've made and how many is "enough" for a craft fair that has an expected crowd of 60,000 people... which alternates between a panicked "what if I don't have enough quilts" (what a problem that would be!) and "what if none of the quilts sell at all!!!!"
Right now I have 22 quilts quilted. In my fantasy world I make another 28 before the craft fair in mid-May. I will be adding quilts to my shops when I get back from the two weeks off.
On the other hand, if you're planning any shopping, now is a good time to order, because I am finally catching up on the Easter headcovering rush that came in!
Oh and Mae doesn't get oranges (as in, neither do I give them to her, nor does she understand that they are for eating). She thinks oranges are for throwing on the floor and stomping. So apples it is.
Mae already set off the security alarm this morning. She didn't even press the button (which she actually hasn't done in weeks, thank goodness, now that I think about it). She was jumping up and down in the living room and apparently it made the alarm system think someone was breaking into the house. I guess that's what happens when you live with a two year old Super Girl.
And a formerly unpublished Patrick smile to brighten any day!
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