Wild Wednesday

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Wild Wednesday
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Wed, 10-12-2011 - 9:43am

So, work has been reletively quiet this week, as I'm holed up working on budget stuff.

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Fri, 10-14-2011 - 11:09am
When DD2 was 3 she took a tube of toothpaste to bed with her at nap time and painted her bedding and walls with it. At least it was an easy cnean up.
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Fri, 10-14-2011 - 8:58am
Thanks for the laugh! When my older dd was 3 or 4, her favorite book was "Purple, Green & Yellow" by Robert Munsch. If you don't already have that one, I bet your son would get a kick out of it.;) It's about a kid who colors herself all over with super-indeligible-never-come-off-until-you-die-and-maybe-even-later markers. Then again, maybe it would just give him new ideas!
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Fri, 10-14-2011 - 7:20am
I feel lucky. The worst thing mine ever did was get hold of a roll of postage stamps, which at the time was only(!) 28 dollars, and thinking they were just pretty stickers, stuck them all over the wall.
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Fri, 10-14-2011 - 6:17am

tagging on the end... wednesdays really aren't bad unless i'm pulled in to sub and a kid needs something on top of that.

 

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Thu, 10-13-2011 - 10:07pm

ROFL!





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Registered: 02-04-2009
Thu, 10-13-2011 - 9:46pm

Ha!

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Thu, 10-13-2011 - 9:38pm

My day hasn't been wild,





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Wed, 10-12-2011 - 8:47pm
Tues/Thurs are my busy days. I pick up my younger three at school but dd12 has an after school activity, so she stays. I have to return an hour later to pick her up, we go home for about 20 minutes, then I drop her off at soccer, and then take my youngest to field hockey. Her practice requires an adult to stay, so I hang out there. My boys usually go with me but sometimes they go to dd12's soccer practice (dh is her coach so they sometimes practice with her team). Thankfully dh brings dd12 home and dd6 is done earlier so I get home first and get dinner going. The logistics aren't too bad but running here to there with little time in between can be a pain, esp if someone has a lot of homework or tests to study for. We eat immediately but then it's a rush to shower, finish up any homework and get in nightly reading. It will be so much easier when fall sports are over. The basketball schedule is usually easier, plus dd12's afterschool activity will be over by then.

Weekends are no better. We have four games every Saturday all over the county and usually overlapping. I have yet to see any of ds10's games b/c they always conflict with someone else. Dh has to go to his games b/c he is the coach!

Jealous of those of you with public transport. We actually have a decent bus system for our small town/city but unfortunately we live two miles down a peninsula that is not served by bus. There are no shoulders or sidewalks so walking or biking is dangerous for kids. :(
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Wed, 10-12-2011 - 1:17pm

woot woot on the new car...

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Registered: 02-04-2009
Wed, 10-12-2011 - 1:08pm

My wild Wednesday will be tame by comparison; I just put a deposit down on that Kia Sorento I've been thinking about :)

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Kitty

"If you can't annoy somebody with what you write, I think there's little point in writing."-- Kingsley Amis, British novelist, 1971 t .

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