They should sell boxes of Lucky Charms marshmallows to save Stella time and effort.
Telling Teddy to use his inside voice is like telling Alabama not to bark at every dog that walks by.
I think Stella might have hamper blindness. She will bring her clothes to the hamper, but they rarely make it into the hamper; on the floor, next to it, of course but in it…no!
Maizie will hem and haw, hoot and holler the whole time she’d getting ready for school. Once they open the door to the building, she’s out of there like a shot. I need to call her back to get a kiss.
If your child is causing such a disturbance that you threatened to throw out all his Halloween candy eight times, maybe you should stop looking at your phone and take him out of the library.
Stella went to the bathroom at the library. When the toilet flushed, she said, “I thought the library was supposed to be a quiet place.”
The two things that get destroyed the fastest after being cleaned (with the exception of the bathroom) is my table/desk and the coat rack in the front hall.
It doesn’t matter how many times I clean a room; if I leave it, it will immediately get dirty.
Alabama Worley can smell marshmallows from two rooms away and will sit and drool on the floor until everyone leaves the kitchen.
The Kraus ladies should not be left alone with scissors.
Teddy has been wearing his Captain American costume just about every day since Halloween. He walked in with it on and said, “If I’m Captain America, then you must be Miss America.”
Alabama either has super spectacular hearing or she’s going senile at four. She randomly lets out one bark for no apparent reason.
Sometimes I’m amazed at the amount of times I need to request clothes be put on.