Thursday, February 13, 2014

A lot of Work!

Holy Moly kids are a lot of work! Ha.... I am not even going to begin to pretend that I have it all together. By no means am I super mom and I can barely remember what I did yesterday! But boy oh boy they are fun and worth every minute of crazy..... It is no surprise that my house is wild because having three kids ages 5, 4 and 2 there is never a dull moment. One thing I am absolutely loving right now is listening to their conversations between each other and just the funny thing kids say.  So today I decided to brave the freezing weather and take all three kids to target for some misc. things we needed. Of course once we arrive at target we have to find the giant buggy/ the Limousine of grocery carts.. I hate strongly dislike those things!!! And we are off, in the store a max of 10 seconds and they spot the dollar section... The two oldest leap off as if the cart is on fire to run and pick something and try and convince me that they have to have it. Now mind you that Annabelle is stuck in the top of the buggy screaming because she cant get out! Yes I am that mom with those kids! But you know what I can look back and laugh because one day I will not have kids around all the time to make me laugh and make me crazy.
   A few months ago my grandmother past away rather suddenly and we are all still getting used to the fact she is really gone. She lived right by my parents house so whenever we would go to MoMo and Pops house we always walked down to see Mamoo. Well we explained that Mamoo had died and she was now in heaven with God. She is always watching you and smiling and singing songs with Jesus! Now Insert Annabelle who every time we say that she breaks out into Jesus Loves Me song. Gracie and Thomas still pretty young to fully understand but semi got the picture. So back to the kids say the funniest things... About two weeks ago we were leaving my parents on our way home when we passed Mamoo's house and Thomas said, "Mommy is Mamoo still in heaven?" Before I could completely comprehend what he just asked me Gracie response in that older sister I know it all attitude :) 'Uh Thomas you don't see her car do you?" I lost it laughing... In their simple little minds that was the right answer :) And I loved it! I need to get better at writing down the things they say so when they are older I will remind them and look back at all the laughs...

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