Happy Friday! It’s that time again. “It’s Howdy Doody time” is playing in my head right now. “It’s Friday Fragment time. It’s Friday Fragment time…” You get the idea.
How was your week?
Ours has been one of growing pains.
As we transition from our travels into a more stable life, we have been staying with my parents. Let me say, that we are blessed to be able to do this and I am very thankful. However, as you can imagine, this makes for a very full house. It also makes for odd sleeping arrangements. We have a foldout couch, a full-size bed and a twin bed at our disposal but it seems I always end up with at least one kid in my bed. Lately my Little Diva has been having terrible growing pains in her legs. Around 1:00-2:00 am, she will be bedside crying because her legs hurt so badly. I struggled with this as child and I know how painful it can be. Poor thing! (Also, poor momma because I haven’t slept a whole night in over a week!)
Speaking of a full house, my daughter has become obsessed with Full House, the TV show. It started with the Netflix series, “Fuller House”. She watched that and fell in love. Now is binge watching the original. So if you want to know what I am watching at 2:00 am these days, it’s that. At least, I get John Stamos in the deal.
I’m trying to finish up my taxes. Each year, I swear I will record my expenses as they come and each year I am cursing myself in early April for not having done so. That still holds true for this year. Maybe next year? Hope springs eternal.
Finally, from the mixed up files of the Star Children, the following was overheard.
Little Diva to her brother: “Daddy is the train and Mommy is the tunnel”
I. Can’t. Even.
I have no idea the context of the conversation except it wasn’t about sex. Hubby and I had to run out of the room before we died laughing.
What won’t the kids say?
So that’s it for this installment of Friday Fragment. I hope you have an awesome weekend. Consider joining us next week to share those little thoughts, quips, etc. that don’t quite make a whole post.
See you next week…