Monday, June 14, 2010

Whole lot of nothing

Nothing much going on today. Ok that's not exactly true - I have a mountain of dirty clothes on the dining room floor to push through the wash today, and it's sheet day! I get to bang my head on the boys' bunkbeds again. Yay! Although I've finally stopped changing Jason's sheets every week and just wash the pillow cases, because he doesn't actually sleep IN his bed, he curls up in the corner against the wall on top of the comforter. It's really just a big crib.

I also have half-finished projects scattered everywhere. My attempt to spray paint some candle holders is not turning out quite the way I hoped (crappy, not crafty) and I'm still trying to figure out what to do to add some color to the girls' new towels for their bathroom, so nothing to show you there.

So in lieu of anything super-fantastic-creative to show you, here's a video of my little people make sandwiches Friday afternoon while we had the rugs cleaned. I can't believe how big they're getting.

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  2. Oh my goodness, Jen, are they the cutest things ever?? Between Jason tickling and Sarah calling him "little buddy", that was about the sweetest thing I've ever seen! When in doubt, more videos. Always more videos. Darling!

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  3. Good for you on taking the video. So cute!
    Sheet day? Sounds exhausting. I don't change my kids' sheets often. They shower every single night and use a manly-smelling body wash so I guess that helps.

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  4. That video is ADORABLE.
    And, yeah, the bunk bed sheet thing? Sucks. Dog butt. Sucks DOG butt.
    We just recently changed the kids beds to bunk beds and I hate, HATE sheet day. Hate it. I'm freakin' 5 feet tall and I STILL hit my stupid head on it.

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  5. Sheet day would kill anyone's creativity!

    :)

    Love the video! Cuteness defined.

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  6. Glad to see I'm not the only neurotic one that really hates sheet day...and we don't even own a bunk bed! and BTW, that video is just too cute!

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  7. They are so cute!!

    Can you sew or glue ribbon on the towels?

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  8. Your little people are adorable!

    Ella sleeps like that too. She has this bunk bed thing and it's way to hard for her to make it every day. So I just put a sheet on the bottom and then she has a blanket on the top with her pillow. So much easier. Then I just wash the blanket and sheet.

    Have a great week my cute friend!

    XOXO
    Jen

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