It was fun to go out and see the Cougars play. The boys especially liked it as they are playing city league right now. Eden on the other hand was a bit tired and bored and asked Erica to make sure we never did this again. Ashlynn was good for the most part. But then got restless. I gave her my phone which kept her busy until she finally just crashed. One second she was playing the next she was out. Best part besides winning was getting some cougar tails to take home for breakfast. Three times the regular maple bar size. Mmmmh.
Eden has been begging to go grandmas to paint her bird house for months now. So last Thursday we finally went. The girls had a great time. You can't really see it in this picture but Ashlynn had just as much paint on her belly and arms as her rocks. My favorite part was when Eden started to get mad at Ashlynn for painting on her finished bird house and Ashlynn patted her arm and said, "It's ok Eden."
I was that mom in Walmart yesterday with the screaming two year old. She was so loud I got a few looks and I even had one lady come ask me if she could help me. The reason she was screaming??? She didn't want me to push a shopping cart.
I guess all that screaming really wore her out. Me too!
So I called poison control for the third time for this little girl. This time she drank half a bottle of Chanel no 5. It was a tiny bottle so she only drank a 1/4 of an oz at the most. The nice guy at poison control assured me that kids have to drink a lot of perfume to become intoxicated. Phew! She smells pretty good anyway.
Eden got her Frozen gloves today as a prize for swallowing meds. We have been working hard on swallowing. We started with sprinkles, m&ms, and tic tacs. So tonight she swallowed her prograff (anti-rejection drug). No more liquid meds, and much easier to keep in moms purse when we are out.
The kids have started sledding down the stairs in the backyard. I though they would have done this sooner than now. Eden started it while the boys were at school, and has probably been down a thousand times. Unless we get some more snow, it is going to start to be a bumpy ride.
Friday January 10th the kids did not have school. Dad still had to go. So the kids played in the snow and made Olaf, from the movie Frozen. They kids have only seen it once, but have most of it memorized, and quote from it daily it seems. They sing the songs, and the boys can actually start to carry a tune.