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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Let there be SOD!

I went out to do dishes and heard the truck pull up that was delivering our sod!  It was 10:00 at night and I was in my pajamas, so I stayed in until the truck left.  After it left, though, I ran out back like a kid in a candy store!  WOOO HOOO!  Tomorrow my dad and his crew come to lay it on the ground.  I couldn't be more excited!  I've been wanting a slip-and-slide, for the kids, of course, for so long.  This is going to be an awesome summer!  Off to order our matting for on top of the grass.....


Oh, and another funny, really quick.  Two days ago, I was outside with the kids working on organizing garage sale goodies.  Conner asked to go inside to go potty, and since David was working from home, I told him sure.  I was just about to go check on him when he came back carrying a bag of bagels (homemade gluten and dairy free) that he took out of the freezer and heated IN the bag all by himself.  I guess he pushed the learning tower over to the microwave.  He told me he just pushed one minute so they would not get too hot.  He was also carrying a kid's knife (like a little kid's butter knife that they use when they help me cook) and David's peanutbutter (Conner eats homemade cashew butter).  He told me he made us lunch.  HA!  My little man is growing up!  I couldn't believe he did all that by himself, and was also a little blown away that he could.  It's a great example of why I do not leave my kids alone for any amount of time :).

3 comments:

Jessica said...

Home improvements make me VERY happy!

Andy and Kiara said...

How precious. I want to meet your kiddos someday. And you, too! :)

Jill said...

YAY for sod! And overly independent kids, LOL!