To begin the day - some whole wheat (I totally cheated on the gluten-free thing) Mickey Mouse waffles with the best maple syrup every. My co-worker's father-in-law makes it. Yum. (the kids, ridiculously, prefer "Log Cabin." gah)
Then Dahlia starts "organizing." I nearly had a heart attack when I saw her "progress." We were able to recycle quite a few things though, thankfully.
There was some screen time - GoNoodle. It's an interactive "brain break" website that the kids use at school. Dahlia loves it & it gets them both up & dancing. Pretty cute.
Later (after the whining, lordy!) we went outside & jumped in leaves. Ahhhhh, fall....
I may or may not have had a glass of wine & continued reading my book while the leaf-jumping was happening....
August moved into his Booster seat. He was pretty proud. I believe his words were, "I'm special." Indeed you are, kiddo.
Then there was dropping off of the children at the in-laws (by my hubby); me taking the LONGEST AND MOST UN-INTERRUPTED SHOWER EVER (which was awesome); Steve & I went to HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH at the Duluth Underground, which was fantastic; a drink with a long-time friend & new paramour after; followed by the most amazing wild rice/mushroom egg rolls from The Happy Wanderer food truck. OH MY GOD - delicious.
Not too shabby for a Saturday, eh? Our regular babysitter had Strep (stay back!) so I thought we were going to be screwed for the show I had already purchased tickets for, but thankfully the in-laws stepped in and TOOK THE KIDS ALL NIGHT.
I laid in bed until 9:30 this morning. And angels sang.
I love weekends.
What did you get up to?