Hmm. It's been a long day.
SHE WILL NOT NAP! That's not exactly true. She takes about 6 ten minutes catnaps a day. And on days when Peter refuses to nap at all, it can get ugly.
I can't think clearly after several days in a row of this. That's why all of these sentences are so short. I can not think in complex sentences this evening.
Also, she drools like a faucet from morning till night. Other than copious amounts of drool and terrible napping, she is just lovely.
You know what else he likes? Screaming. Running away from me when it's time for diaper changes. Rejecting food he is served. Demanding anything George is playing with.
Aren't I a bundle of positive energy this evening?
In sad news, generally speaking, Greta does not really like her father. It's most inconvenient for us all.
The little ones were happy on two counts this morning-- 1) the first snow if the season and 2) I slept in long enough for them to find snow clothes and escape out of doors before I could get them going on the day's activities.
Three little cousins at cousin Andrew's mission farewell. I like their pretty blue eyes.
Bethany's orchestra played a most beautiful Veteran's Day concert last weekend. It was a Civil War musical tribute entitled "One Nation". Perhaps it was election day aftermath, but I was quite honestly in tears for half of the concert. It was so touching and so well done. They had a professional DVD recording made and I am very much looking forward to watching/hearing it again and again.
Elinor is a good big sister for a tired little Georgie.