Sunday, August 23, 2015

Currently. The last week of August edition

Watching: Minnie Mouse Bowtique. Note to the makers of Minnie Mouse Bowtique- feel
free to come out with new episodes any day now. We've seen the same 14 episodes 1570 times. We introduced AB to Winnie the Pooh and it's been delightful. I forgot how much I love that movie. We started watching Mary Poppins, one of my favorite movies of all time. It's so much fun introducing her to movies I watched when I was young. We've also watch occasionally Friends. Occasionally meaning days that end in Y.

Listening: to Dick Van Dyke's autobiography. He narrates it and I'll tell you what. If I could get his voice on my GPS I'd be happy to get lost and hear him say "recalculating".

Laughing: at the way Sesame talks. The other day I opened the car door to get her out and she said, "Hi, goosey goose!" I was concerned I would give birth to a bump on a log but I don't think that's an issue. 

Going: to the pool every chance we get.
Long live the maternity bathsuit.
Resolving: to name my next child Boston or, to really get the point across, maybe even North, al la the Kardashian/West's. Our new landlord made a comment about how Annabelle Lee is a perfect southern belle name. That was not my intention. It was a concern I voiced during the Name Debate of 2014 hence why I voted for the name Katherine, but Christopher kept saying no one would think that. Oh really? Every single time I go home to MA people say it. I'm going to be in charge of naming our children from now on.

Making: Baby Belle a bed out of a Pampers box. Nothing but the best for my grandchildren!
Washing: Annabelle's car seat cover. Again. We were almost at church tonight when she threw up all over herself and everything within a twelve inch radius. Why do kids randomly throw up all the time? I lost her user manual so any advice would be appreciated.

Cleaning up: Five hundred qtips off the bathroom floor.
The fun never ends!



3 comments:

Jen said...

Yay for the pool! I'm so bummed that ours is already closed for the summer.

Emily said...

We have tried to watch Winnie The Pooh with Lilly but she is just not interested. It's one of my favorites too! We have watched, and she did love Mary Poppins though. So fun!

Jenny @ Creatively Blooming said...

My question about Disney Junior is why doesn't Nina ever learn her darn lesson?!?!?! Or her parents for that matter? Make that child sit on the toilet before leaving the house! My older two kids think it's hilarious though!