So much happens in one day of my life with these boys that it's hard to remember so that I can share with the world!
Here is just a wee sampling of the variety of conversational chatter from my day today (along with some pics of Lego creations because I found 35 of them on my camera, so they MUST be important to my boys and this will one day be their scrapbook so ya'll have to look):
"Why would a woman make a cast of her pregnant belly? What would she even do with it?" said the radio broadcaster on KLOVE this evening. Comments (identity protected to save some from embarrassment): A fruit bowl for the table! A baby holder...hey, you know the baby will fit! A butt cup, you know Mom, like Garrison's sport cup, but different! Something to put the diapers in! "Okay, guys, let's change the subject."
Then we have the, 'let's play a joke on Poppa when we think we ran out of ketchup': My Mom and Dad graciously called and offered to pick anything up from the store we may need before the snow comes. Sadly for my Dad I already had a list going in my mind...which Garrison relayed to my Mom, who relayed it to my Dad.
Tonight, the boys think we are out of ketchup and that was NOT on the list, soooooo....Alex calls my Dad's cell and says, "You forgot the ketchup!" Poppa insists that he did not and Alex replies, "Well, I guess Didi forgot to tell you, but we have to have ketchup Pop!" Didi hops on the line, insisting she did NOT forget to tell him and Alex says, "Well, I guess Garrison forgot to tell you Didi, but you are gonna have to bring us some because I can't be snowed in without ketchup!" He had them going, but finally tells them he is joking and that we had just realized we were out.
Now, to know my parents is to know that they WILL get ketchup to this child, so after I saw some in the pantry, I said, "Hey Al, you better call Didi and Poppa and tell them we do have some so they don't show up with it." To this, Trey says,