Saturday, July 7, 2012
So what did we do to celebrate?
Thanks for asking. We gave Mama a lot of time to herself.
I got up and got the girls out of bed as I almost always do. I then proceeded with cooking seven eggs, half a pound of potatoes, half a pound of sausage, and eight pieces of toast. There was a little bit of sausage left, and that's it.
Mama got her breakfast in bed, but the girls and I stayed out so she could either eat in piece or stay asleep. She ate, then went back to sleep in case you were wondering.
The girls and I then ran errands (ewands). Since they have a ton of new words, I'll put them in italics after the actual word just to share. The errands took up most of the morning, until it was time for lunch, and cosisted of visiting the following locations:
local produce stand (famews maket)
milk store (mik sto)
veterinarian's office (vefguthsdy ahej)
grocery store (gocery sto)
gas station (gees staton)
When we got home, they entertained one another while I prepared lunch, which wasn't as exciting (or as much) as breakfast (befast), just some leftovers.
They then went to take a nap (nap), but they forgot they were supposed to be sleeping (seeping), so they just chatted for a few hours.
After nap, we picked tomatoes (matoes), played for a bit by rolling dumptrucks (dumptucks) back and forth, read a few of their favorite books (being sure to include this one), and then I grilled apple flavored chicken sausages for them. In case you're wondering, they ate a combined two and a half sausages to go along with grapes (poople gapes, and not geen gapes) and sweet potato chips.
This was chased with milk (mik), water (wawter), vitamins (pills), and a chocolate chip cookie (kookie) bar Mama made.
We then took our bath (baff), read their Bible (Bible), prayed, said goodnight (nite) to the world, and went to bed.
Mama did join us for some of these activities, so she didn't have a full day off. She did, however, get some good down time I think.
As for me, I went right to bed and fell asleep immediately for the first time in a very long time.
Julia's always been able to fall asleep quickly, but I can understand how a busy day like this (which is typical for her) can wear you out.
PS - Spell check went nuts when I ran it on this post. I guess it doesn't translate toddler to English.