... for the first time in months not automatically turning on ceiling fans in the morning ... and then realizing how incredibly dusty they are!
... covering up cute cloth diapers with pants.
... a light robe over pajamas.
Oh well, cooler weather means a lower electric bill, and at least it warms up during the day! Less humidity certainly makes going for a walk a lot more comfortable. And I won't will miss the mosquitoes once they meet their cold-weather demise.
We've completed our second week of school and begun week three. So far it's going very well and the Boogie seems to be enjoying herself.
Our friend DiDi is going on a missions trip soon, and she needed to learn how to drive a stick-shift before leaving. I loaned her my car over the weekend so she could practice. This is how it was returned:
Ahahahaha! Clever, right? She did say she would clean it off but I told her I wanted to take a picture. She came over today to have lunch and say goodbye; after she left the Boogie cried and cried. "I don't want DiDi to go," she sniffled, "I'm just going to miss her a lot!"
Mary Poppins has been (temporarily, I'm sure) replaced. If Peabody doesn't want to watch "Cartello, the amlane one" she asks for "Paper Man" ... Peter Pan.
Peabody is suddenly aware of Eric being away during the day. She will ask periodically, "Where Daddy? Where Daddy go?" Usually when she wakes up in the morning or from her nap she calls for me until I come get her out of her crib. The other day at the end of her nap I heard her crying. I thought she may have hurt herself or had a bad dream, so hurried in to see what was wrong. She'd been looking out the window from her crib and couldn't see Eric's car in the driveway. "Daddy gooooone!" she wept loudly.
Her looking out the window is a nuisance. She stays awake far longer than acceptable during naptime, and so far has broken five consecutive slats on the blinds.
Last night I asked her, "Are you my Peabody?"
"Yeah!" she shouted, "I pee potty! I pee on da potty!"
She and the Boogie were playing. "Should we go to Taco Bell?" the Boogie asked. Peabody agreed, then ordered a bean burrito with no onions.
We have their flower girl dresses and shoes for the wedding, and I am working on headbands. Now I need to start practicing with the Boogie's hair. Not too much longer! We're getting so excited!