It was one of those weeks. A week full of challenges that brought out laughter. Matt left for work one morning and didn't make it far from home. Everything that could go wrong did. Tire goes flat, jack breaks, wife brings another jack, thing to crank the jack breaks, put donut on the car, donut goes flat, fill donut and front right tire up with air, get to tire shop, need four new tires, $-.oo in the bank account, thread for lug-nut breaks at tire shop. You know the typical stuff.
I had plans for our family to eat leftovers. That is until I held the leftovers above my head to check the bottom of the container to see if it was microwave safe and I got butter fingers and dropped it. It hit the top of my head and crashed onto the floor. Rice got everywhere, it's like the glitter of food. I just stood looking and laughing at the wreck that just went down in my kitchen.
It was in that moment that I made the choice. You know the "Laugh or Cry" choice. I laughed so hard that Little Miss thought something was terribly wrong with me. I explained to her that I had an accident and we would now be eating breakfast for dinner. Because that's what you do in a pinch.
This little guy decided that crawling isn't enough for him and he needs to keep growing.
Big trip to town to eat at Daddy's favorite place. We decided to use our gift card for the occasion.After we ate our meal and gave the card to pay, the server told us the card would not work at that particular location. Nice. Again we just laughed while Matt regretted the splurge on his Dr.Pepper.
First time in the basket. Sissy stayed home with Daddy to make this possible.
Little Miss got her fingernails painted for the first time. She sat patiently as I painted away and then she chipped it off as soon as she could.
It's been a beautiful week with lots of time outside.
One way to keep her busy.
In other news....Little Miss is near potty trained. Thank yall so much for all the advice and encouragement. We are one week into this and have only had one accident. We even got out of the house a few times this week without any problems. I'm so very proud of my big girl.