First thing first. Tomorrow there will be a real, actual blog post. With lots and lots of words. And pictures.
It's already written and ready to go, so I can't even get too tired to post.
My plan is to do, a minimum once weekly entirely written blog post that will go up on Sundays.
Next up, in the hectic rush of the last few days I haven't posted any of my latest videos here. We've had a busy week, with a much busier month coming up (which I'll talk about a bit more tomorrow).
In this first video I let James pick out his own library book and the only book that appeals to him is one about vegetables wearing underwear and singing about wedgies. Because of course that book actually exists.
He also helped me make sacrifice beads for Patch though, so maybe that kind of balances it out?
See that device on the top right hand corner? It was $12 and is seriously the most useful thing if you take videos frequently with your phone). It makes the footage so much steadier. Even if I had no interest in making vlogs I would still frequently use it to take steadier videos of the kids.
On Thursday we went to Maggie's, I don't know, millionth ADOS (slight exaggeration) and Tessie decided that playing in the mud was the best thing that had ever happened to her. And Sadie and I watched Dr. Quinn on Amazon Prime and tried out two printed face masks.
Friday was a day to be survived.
Okay, that's a slight exaggeration, but the three bottles of barium were more unpleasant than the gestational diabetes drink of pregnancies past, if memory serves (and I'm certain it does), and sleeping in a hospital bed with Tessie is very near the bottom of my favorite things.
But because of those not so fun things we threw in a bunch of fun stuff in between to make the day a little bit better for everyone. So there was also ice cream and parks and Tessie was pretty cute even if she was getting hooked up to all those wires.
And that is the latest on the vlog!
I hope you all are having a great weekend.
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