Abbey and I tackled her closet last weekend. Notice the dead girl falling out of the closet. She is a faker. And she likes clothes WAAAYYY too much. I have 'after' pictures of all the 40 Bag progress I've made coming soon. I feel like I am falling farther and farther behind blogging-wise. I know I have been terribly boring lately here but sometimes it's a matter of staying caught up in life, or caught up in blogging, and life feels better to be caught up in.
I am reading Anne again, because it reminds me of the loveliness of spring.
Do you own Home for a Bunny ? It was one of my favorite books when I was a child and I found this Little Golden Book at the grocery store-it is now Patrick's favorite. This week at least.
I went to IKEA for the FIRST time ever. I didn't know we even had one within drive-able distance. I bought $12 curtains for Abbey's room and this cactus for Matthew. That is all.
We had a crack-down last weekend. It was completely announced and came out of the blue. Well, it came out of the fact that there were four children who were totally ignoring the job list and then when reminded about it, acted like they were being asked to---I don't know---plow a field? Fetch water from a well? Walk 10 miles barefoot in the snow to school? Let's just say I whipped things into shape around here.
A product of aforementioned crack-down. Thank you Melissa. (Not half as cute as yours but my rampage zapped my creativity-I was all about function.) The blank spaces will be "special" jobs needed that evening.
Isaac's phone-missing for 2 days, found in bottom of washing machine. Not the first, nor I believe the last.