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Thursday, February 2, 2012

The Sunday Post

Busy, busy, busy.... my goal for Three Peas and a Bean now that I've just become soooo busy is a Sunday post of the week. So, I'm getting a little head start today and playing a little catch up.

We have actually had some neat things going on.

1st, this week we started teaching the triplets to wipe their own bottoms.  I'm sure nothing you care about, but someday I'll wonder when we made this change and I want it documented.  I'm not sure when most parents attempt this, but the triplets start Kindergarden next year and I think it's expected that they do this on their own.  I'm also getting tired of wiping 4 little hineys all day long.

We also took the kids to see Alvin and the Chipmunks Chipwrecked over the weekend.  I was a little hesitant because it's not really an animated movie if it would hold their attention... boy, did I not need to worry....  They were glued to the screen and when I'd look down the row... all I saw were smiles.  I have to say even I enjoyed it.  Super Cute!!!

On Saturday night, Jerry decided to have a movie night outside (he is such a great Daddy).  We had gone to Church and dinner Saturday evening so it was 8:30 before we ever got started, but he made a fire and hot chocolate.  We turned on the outdoor heater and got blankets and pillows and watched The Polar Express.  You just cannot watch the Polar Express without hot chocolate!!  The kids had a blast and got to sleep in on Sunday.

This week is Catholic schools week so Jerry and I started the Kindergarden search.... wish us luck!

Ok, hopefully more on Saturday and some photos...  I've been working on a 5 generation project that I'll be sharing soon.

1 comment:

  1. I love your movie night outside- that sounds great.

    I don't remember exactly when we started teaching the kids to do those things on their own when they were around that age- all I know is that my days have a lot more peace now :)


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