Oy vey, what a time we had. The devil dog got out, Will had to chase him down and get him back inside. Logan broke my tv table accidentally. And can you imagine how long it takes to boil water for his pasta when you have a little baby you cannot take your eyes off ?!! A really, really long time.
Thank goodness they are such good babies. They give me hope for our future. Logan is as smart as a whip. Great care must be given to the details…I yelled at the devil dog, whereupon Logan politely told me " Gramma, we don't say 'stupid.' That's not good to say."
You're right, Logan. You are absolutely correct. But other than that I feel like I did ok with both the babies, last night and this morning. I was even able to get a shower while the baby took a nap. And I made his favorite pasta. That had to count for something.
Truth be told, he did not eat much of it. Because he could not find the Parmesan cheese. I had used the shredded Parmesan, so it was in there. You just couldn't see it. Yes. I know what you are thinking. He is, indeed, a Young Sheldon.
And we are perfectly fine with that.
Now,excuse me while I watch the Alabama/A&M game, totally clueless as to what is going on. I even bought a Dummies Guide To Football, back when Will was playing.
So I could make sense of what was going on. It didn't help.
Here in Alabama you watch the game, or you are actually present at the game. So I keep trying.
I may just take a nap in this recliner while my kiddos go visit family.
It has been a good week end. Trying hard to just be. Relax, take care of me.
And that is my final parting note to you, my friends. Relax. Rest. Try hard to not over think. Or commit to too much, even if it is for a really good cause. And you know us Auties…we are passionate about all of our "good" causes. That passion can lead to Autistic burnout, meltdown, shutdown. So pace yourselves.
I just love y'all! Roll Tide!