Clay dumped sugar all over the counter.
Brooklyn got into Lexi's "dress-up" lipstick.
She proceeded to wash her hands off in the toilet.
The person who had used the toilet last, neglected to flush.
I did eight loads of laundry.
Clay dumped two of them on the floor by the back door.
My daughter proceeded to come in the house and step on the clean laundry.
Clay climbed up and grabbed his advent calendar off the top of the fridge and proceeded to eat chocolate. A lot of chocolate.
According to his calendar, it's now December 21st.
Clay got into Jackson's medication patches. He cut open the packet, peeled the backing off the patch and stuck it to a chair.
At least the chair won't be hyper today.
I got a call from the school nurse. She has my number on speed dial. She said that Lexi had a stomachache. I had my doubts about the validity of said stomachache, but decided to pick her up from school just in case she was really sick.
Before I got there, she threw up all over the nurse's office. At least I know she wasn't faking it.
Like clockwork, the call came in 10 minutes after I'd put Brooklyn down for her nap.
This morning, Clayton and Brooklyn ate an entire pack of Tic Tacs that they'd swiped from my purse.
Their breath is still minty fresh.
Clay and Brooklyn grabbed some graham crackers and ate them while sitting atop Lexi's bed.
I had just changed the sheets on her bed.
Her sheets are now crunchy.
This, my friends, is why no comments were approved until tonight when my husband got home from work. I was too afraid to turn my back on them!
This all happened while I was doing my regular Monday cleaning. I can't imagine what they would've gotten into had I been on the computer.
Here's a picture of cutie-pie Julian and a brief update from his mom, Mimi...
"Quick update... Julian hasn't been well . His left leg is acting up ,he wont walk on it , or just on his tip toe . He tires easy and needs to rest a lot . He still cracks a smile and shows how big his muscles are!!"
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