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February 25, 2011

We were getting ready to leave for Grandma’s house this morning and D was having trouble opening the deadbolt on the back door.  I came to his rescue when he cried out, “It’s D-proof!”  As we went out to the car he then commented, “It’s a good thing it’s not Mommy-proof!”

It was a good thing.

It was also good to have C with us today.  Last week he stayed home with Daddy to go to a doctor’s appointment–one of those once a month only clinics that just had to fall on cello day.  It was easier for DH to take one more day off work (after being home for 3 weeks recovering from surgery) than for me to reschedule six cello students an hour away so he took over doctor duty.  C looked forward to having some fun time alone with Daddy (they watched a documentary about aircraft carriers) but he sure did miss us and I got the biggest hug when I got home that night.

We missed him too.  Having a child missing, and that child in particular, totally changed the dynamics of the day.  It was a lot quieter for one thing. 🙂  He is definitely our most boisterous boy.  But all was back to normal this Thursday, that is if you don’t count the 1-year-old with a fever who alternately screamed, whined, catnapped, or wanted to be held all day long.  Poor kid.  He’s still hot and threw up a little bit tonight.  It could be a long night…or short, depending on how you look at it.

Maybe it’s a good thing we were planning on cutting the week short due to cub scout camp on Saturday.  I have the feeling tomorrow’s not going to be terribly productive either.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Tamaran permalink
    February 25, 2011 9:48 am

    Hope last night went OK. I did get a laugh out of last Thursday being quieter with C gone. I love C. He always comes up and has a story to tell me. ALWAYS. 🙂

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