Friday, February 8, 2008

Still Taking Care of Rory

I'm still babying my little guy Rory this week. Poor guy can't seem to keep his fevers down. Please add him to your daily prayers!

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Where Do you Belong?

You Belong in London

A little old fashioned, and a little modern.
A little traditional, and a little bit punk rock.
A unique soul like you needs a city that offers everything.
No wonder you and London will get along so well.

Preschool Illness

Tuesday was Rory's first day of preschool and he was so excited. When I walked him into class I saw a set of twins that were coughing and had snot on their faces. I thought to myself and then said to Rory "Don't let those boys touch you!!". Why their mother thought it was so important for them to go to school sick just so that they could spread it to everyone else is beyond me, but she did. That evening Rory went to bed with a scratchy voice and woke yesterday with a really bad cough. Well, last night Rory and I spent the night up together trying to break a 103 degree fever and drinking tons of water. It's sad because today he is unable to return to his preschool class and learn more about colors and letters because he has the flu.
So here is my soapbox for the day......Wether it's school or church.....LEAVE YOUR SICK KIDS HOME!!!! It's preschool not high school they aren't missing out on huge amount or school work if there is any at all. And the Lord isn't going to judge you because you decided to miss Sunday school so your little sick child can stay home and get better. Is that asking too much? Well, I guess it is since no one else seems to follow this. So if any of you are culprits of making your child go to school or church wether it's with a cold or the flu KEEP YOUR KIDS HOME!!! Thanks and good night!!!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

A Small Disclosure...

*While reading this blog you may find spelling and punctuation mistakes....!

Digging for Dinosaurs

Rory got a little belated birthday gift from his Aunt Prisca and her family yesterday. She of course warned me that the gift would be messy, which it was (vaccum was needed), but other than that a great gift. He got to dig for his own dinosaur. It took him about 10 minutes to hammer through the peebles to reveal his pteranodon which was very exciting. But I have to say the best part of the gift was not the dinosaur...oh was the glasses. He has now used them as part of his Superman/Clark Kent costume and his Spiderman/Peter Parker costume. Why you may ask? Well, both Clark Kent and Peter Parker where glasses in their everyday life. So I would like to say thanks to Prisca and family for giving him not one, but two gifts. He had a lot of fun.

The Nudist

Do any of you have this or have had this type of person in your family? The one child that refuses to get dressed and loves to frolic in his/hers birthday suit any chance they get? The one who cherishes every naked moment that they get. Well mine is Sam. He hates getting dressed and is quite proud of his chubby little figure. He runs away when he sees me with a diaper after bath time and takes off as soon as his diapers come off. So here is my nudist....SAM