Saturday, January 30, 2010

And then There Were Three

Three kids home this morning -- that's it. But Salinda, boyfriend and baby are due this afternoon -- the entire morning has been spent with her saying -- we're coming - oh woops, we're not, oh yes, we are, etc. etc. Latest news is that they are coming. I'm excited to see Gabby -- it's been almost 2 weeks. She turned a month old yesterday -- so I haven't seen her for nearly half her life. I'm sure she's changed a lot.

We're trying to figure out a new way to move bedrooms around to make things make more sense in the house -- always a bit of work in planning the best scenario for everyone to fit well in regards to sleeping accommodations and comfortably and still have enough space for relaxing and recreation as well. We have to keep experimenting to get it right. The last arrangement was not a good one, in my opinion -- so we're rearranging -- at least in my mind, once again.

Jimmy asked Bart yesterday if the dog had "Distachment Disorder".... and today we are supposed to bring a Gag Gift to a party at church and he has no idea why we would need to bring a gift that makes people gag.

I have to come up with two ideas -- Bart will make the treats if I come up with the gift. I'm not sure what it will be. Ideas anyone?

3 comments:

Miz Kizzle said...

That's because kids don't use "gag" in that context. It's an old people's term.

Susan said...

We found a Pink Hello Kitty toaster at Target for a Christmas Gag gift party. It was a big hit. It toasts Hello Kitty into the bread. A big burly guy got it and everyone kept stealing it from him, but he kept stealing it back.

Marge said...

My best gag gift was a plastic policeman cookie jar. When you reached for it the policeman would say in a gruff voice "Get away from the cookie jar." Kari is the queen of finding gag gifts.....ask her.