I have a love/hate relationship with playdough. I love it because it keeps the kids entertained long enough to get stuff done around the house. I hate it because after I get stuff done around the house, I have to clean it up from ALL over the house. 🤦🏻♀️
The last photo of Hudson’s baby teeth 😭😭😭. Right after this, we were eating pizza when I realized Hudson’s tooth wasn’t in his mouth anymore and we thought he must’ve eaten it! Luckily he found it, brought it home to write to the tooth fairy that he was keeping it to make her a little castle out of teeth (I told Hudson years ago that the tooth fairy 🧚♂️ uses all the teeth she collects to build a huge castle in the clouds for all the fairies to live in). I remember crying when he got his two top teeth, so sad his gummy smiles were gone, and I nearly cried today, so sad his baby smile has changed, but it’s so fun to experience all these tiny moments with him that are so monumental in his eyes.
Back home to my babies
Farm stalls and story time with a view 💕
Grabbed the boys early from school to enjoy the summer solstice and so glad I did because shortly after we arrived at the pool, Hudson’s front tooth fell out!! Going to be sharing the one million photos I took over the last week of his beautiful baby smile so it’s etched in my memory forever.
Natalie’s been raking it in with the babysitting money lately and we have entered the waiting-up phase of parenting. Any tips on suddenly becoming night people? ‘Cause I’m generally useless after 8 p.m., but I’m thinking having teenagers is going to require changing that 😳.
Stella's oncologist took the time to draw Feedo the doll's labs today, at Abby's request. Abby and Feedo went home with matching bandaids, and the girls came home to tell big brother all about it. Abby still has no signs of ALL but Stella has almost no white cells at the moment. We'll probably be in for transfusions next week.