I try to keep it real here. Chalk one up for the bad days blogged...
Frankly, I've had it with two and three year olds. Somebody PLEASE tell me that girls figure out how to handle their emotions for at least a few years before they become teenagers. And while you're at it, can you promise me that boys eventually stop breaking things? I'm pretty sure Aree is going to cry for the rest of her life. The emotions! Over everything!
And Tahnyon... Well, let's just say that no matter how careful we are I have sent Tayvin's glasses in 5 times to get them fixed in the last 6 months. And that's not counting how many times I've fixed them myself. We usually get them back, he gets to wear them for a few days and then Tahnyon breaks them again. And the cut finger thing? (Which I will blog about soon.) I can't even begin to tell you about the amount of time/money we've spent just trying to keep his tendons intact since the surgery. Nothing slows him down. And if it does, he eliminates it.
There's really no point to this post. Other than when they're all in school or married with their own kids I'll be able to look back, remember, and probably miss these days. Even the bad ones.