Yesterday the kids spent about six hours playing with an office chair and three empty rolls of tape. What's next, playing with the box the toy came in? Sometimes I think children have turned my life into an embarrassing cliche.
Look at this cute shirt I bought:
Rob saw it and said scornfully, "It looks like a SPORTS shirt." But do you see what it says? "Junior Scientists of America." And those are, like, atoms zooming around the A. Hee! I bought it in 12-18m (or did I get 18-24m?) (like it matters) for Henry and in 4T for Edward.
I'm a little peeved, though, to see they are now $3.99, since that was what I paid for them AFTER a 15% off coupon, and I was feeling all triumphant about it. I've noticed with Old Navy that either there is a 15%/20%-off coupon, OR everything is 15-20% off. Well-played, Old Navy. Well-played. Now perhaps I will also have to buy the grey "mathletes" version:
"Cuter than the sum of our parts," it says.
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...