Saturday, September 23, 2006

muggle day today

Scary isn't it.

My day has been normal for a change. Well, define normal and it might be. Or not.
I have done enough housework to enable me not to feel guilty for the rest of the week.
Just....
My big baby girl ( the catholic scientist virgin) is home for a quick 24 hours for her sisters birthday. She is in the last month of her honours year at uni and spends all her time in the lab pipetting and such things. She has grown an extra little muscle in her arm from pipetting things into test tubes and doesn't get much sleep. She likes my paintings and now wants her Mary in that style! Little does she know....
Its my baby Shelli's 13th birthday tommorrow ( no more pre teens for me, phew, that took a loooong time coming...) and I might be able to afford a cake after all my shopping this week. Thats what happens when you're too busy to plan. Well, thats my excuse anyway.....
I was forced to watch Napolean Dynamite by my daughters. A collective effort in which I was guilt tripped into doing a motherly time spending thing. Never again. I have never actually seen a movie about nothing before, though the dance scene was quite cool.
My son is talking! Whole sentences and conversational type things have been uttered today whilst he was running around with a green beard texta'd onto his face.
Why, I'm not quite sure...
My kids are cool and funny. Thank goodness.
The fact that Joshua's vocabulary is disturbingly filled with swear words isn't all that funny but I am thinking he is trying it on me for shock value. We will see who gets a shock when there is soap on his toothbrush!!!! Ha ha ha
I had to wait till now for a turn on the 'puter and that sux! See, too much kid talk today. Im glad I didn't have Raihn and Romy's morning.
My poor darlin' is starting to feel like I've left him for a man called Blog I think. I might just go and spend some time with him now that all is quiet in this house.
G'nite all...

3 comments:

rainbowspirit said...

That is the SCARIEST cat i have EVER seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ewwwwwww!!

Anchell said...

Whats scary is that my son does this for fun! I supposee its better than pulling wings off flies.....

Cyndy said...

Reminds me of someone I know, actually. At least you KNOW what he's doing for fun.

I've found that, in their younger days, my potty-mouthed children responded well to curry powder or a small(VERY) amount of chilli on their toothbrush....

;) never-ever-mother-of-the-year....

I think the word verification needs a soapy toothbrush..fuqnx?