I have fallen in love with my neighbor's Bissel steam cleaner. I borrowed it to clean our painted wood floor hallway upstairs and ended up steam cleaning the whole house (minus the carpeted areas, of course). Maybe I can give her some applesauce or zucchini bread to borrow it every couple months. It's that or those floors just are not going to get mopped.
We already have Christmas lights up. In four rooms. I love Christmas.
My darling Miriam is potty trained (except for bedtime) and weaned. Both happened in the past month. Both were welcome accomplishments, but bittersweet since no more biological babies are in my future. That, and no more nursing means no built in calorie extractor. Humph.
I've taken to dumping leftover icing in the bushes. Better there than in my mouth.
I'm barely getting everything done each day now that school has started. School is going well, but now that there are two in school and one is in 4th grade, there is little time to get chores done between school and meals. Hats off to you moms who work outside of the home. And those of you who homeschool three or more. I don't know how either of you do it.
Sadie was watching me wash dishes the other day (she washes our breakfast and lunch dishes every afternoon while I do school with Sam). She said, "Oh, that's how you wash that. One day, I'm going to put that on my blog." I let you know when she starts hers.
I'm semi addicted to websites like this one and this one. I've ordered all our Christmas photo cards (from three different places) using their deals and some diaper code points I earned, all for just $6 (including shipping). Just be careful that you don't get sucked in to buying things you don't need. If you do that, it totally defeats the purpose.
I had a very awesome house guest over the weekend. Do you recognize her?
One more thing. I have three giveaways in the works for you lovely people, so stay tuned.
Okay, now. What is it that I need to know about you these days? Because I do want to know. Pin It