We're a bit slow here today. I'm finding it difficult to get motivated to do anything. Anytime I start to do something, I get called back to assist in the lego Ironman construction. The little man was so excited to spend his Christmas/birthday money on a lego set. I should have thought it through a bit more. It's tough for me to find all those pieces and get them assembles correctly. It's dang near impossible for a six year old. I should just turn him loose with the pieces and see what we end up with I suppose.
The dancing queen spent her Christmas money on a princess journal that comes with stickers, stamps and glitter glue. Oh boy. It's pure joy. At least she was able to entertain herself this morning.
At least the baby enjoyed her blocks. I always worry about something I make not being enjoyed. She likes to throw them.
I'm so slow, the kids got dry cereal without milk for breakfast. I'm working up some energy to at least warm up some leftovers for lunch. I'm having to really fight the inclination to put on a chic flick, wrap up in a blanket and eat cookies. As nice as that sounds, it wouldn't be, because the kids would be constantly asking me to explain why somebody in the movie did that, or went there, or said that... they would be asking for popcorn, or wanting to eat my cookies and they would no doubt be in my lap, which wouldn't be so bad if they could actually sit still. Besides, I should do something today.
And we don't have cookies. We need cookies. What is a house without cookies?
I thought it would be a great idea to make some sugar cookies and the kids could help cut out valentine shapes. It is a tradition, after all. I was getting all excited to do something when I discovered that we are out of butter. 1/2 cup in the whole house! I always have butter on hand because I use it so much. So now, I am deflated again. The baby is napping so I can't run to the store. Besides, it's almost lunch and the little man has to get ready for school. If you need me, I'll be under the blanket in the recliner... watching a cartoon... I can compromise.