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Midweek Musings

I'll be brief ya'll, because I am EXHAUSTED!!  I had to work late on Monday and didn't get home until after 10:00, and last night we drove to Evansville, and didn't make it back until after 10:00.  

The busy weekend, crazy start to the week, and late nights are taking a toll on this guy.  He was a toot at school today, so are stepping back, relaxing at home, and going to bed early.  I need to catch up on laundry and change the sheets, but that can wait.  We need to rest.

Oh, and I had to share this picture of Ellie.  Let's look at everything that is wrong.  If you follow me on Instagram, you've already seen this.

Q: Why is my daughter basically naked at a church picnic?
A. She was ruining her dress by playing the rocks and dirt.

Q: Why does she have a paci in the middle of the day?
A. Because she has a problem for which I have yet to stage an intervention.  Oh, and she was in need of nap.  Since Eli was still playing, we used the paci a cork.  Judge if you will, but it's called survival.

Q: Why is my potty-trained daughter in a diaper?
A. She was too shy to tell the Sunday School teacher that she needed to potty, so instead, she pooped in her panties.  Of course, I didn't have a backup because she hasn't had any accidents.  She ended up bumming a diaper and proudly wearing it at the park.

Q: Why does Ellie's foot look deformed?
A. No clue, but she's a hot mess!


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