As she was dragging Nevaeh by one arm I said, “Don’t drag your sister by one arm, you’re going to hurt her” and she said, ” Can I drag her by two arms?”
We were driving down the road and I saw a guy in a cowboy hat riding a horse. To excite the kids I exclaimed, “Look you guys! A cowboy!” and Sanura said, “I wish my Dad was with us. He would be so excited to see a cowboy!”
Standing on the end table, waving her arms around saying, “This is my kingdom! This is my kingdom!”
Nevaeh was walking around with her behind sticking out of her pants and Glen told her something along the lines of covering up her butt and she said “We all gots butts!” and then she started telling Glen she was “going to smash him”
Getting off the bus, looks at me and says “Hi Buddy!”
I asked Adrian if he wanted to sit in the stroller and he wasn’t answering me…which is not uncommon for him and I said “Adrian do you want to sit in the stroller? Yes or no?” and he said “Yes or no!”
And since Lincoln doesn’t talk yet I’ll just share about his hair cut. Lincoln just turned one year old and he’s already had three haircuts. I gave him his first one, a trim around the ears. His second hair cut I took him to the salon for. He was an angel. Sat perfectly still and stared at himself in the mirror. This time he was quite wild. The cutest part was when an upbeat song came on over the speakers and he stood up on my lap and started dancing. Poor stylist was really trying to cut a moving target.
And can you believe Nevaeh got stung by a bee today? Two kids getting stung by bees in the last two weeks. I had the kids at the park this time and Nevaeh came up to me saying ow! and I saw a sting in between her pointer and middle finger. I decided to head home and put some baking soda on it. By the time we got home (only about 1 mile away) she was absolutely hysterical. She was screaming and her face was bright red. I took her straight over to the urgent care clinic. The whole way there she was freaking out. She was flailing all around in her car seat and kicking the back of my seat. She kept screaming “Help me! I need a doctor!” and I was really scared for her. When we got to the clinic she was still crying really hard (and loud!) and they got us right back. They gave her some Benedryl and watched her for about a half hour. Her finger was very swollen and red. After she calmed down she’s been fine the rest of the night.
I’m hoping we don’t have any more run-ins with bees this summer!