At first I thought this was tin foil wadded up.
Upon closer inspection, it’s a pop tart wrapper. I told you they raided the pantry.
The scattered Legos of bare footed doom.
Ever stepped on a Lego? It hurts. So do marbles.
And then I found this:
I promise you, the kid has toys.
She would much rather play with rope, plastic and coat hangers. And pillows and blankets.
I’ve known this about her forever, which means I have no explaination for all the junk she has in her room that pretty much goes untouched.
Of all the things I found this week, the one that made me laugh the most was this:
Caroline wanted SO BADLY to pack her suitcase for our trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania.
I told her it was a bit too early to pack, but she just HAD to get her hands on that suitcase. I finally convinced her that while she doesn’t need her summer clothes right now, she will need them in June and July, therefore packing now would be a bit premature. “But can’t we just pack a few things that I won’t wear in June and July?” she asked earnestly.
She’s going to be an early bird like her dad and a planner like her mom.