Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Dear Ex Husband~

Today I registered our Daughter for Kindergarten!  It's been an eventful couple of days to get it all done, but well worth the prize.  I'm not sure why, but I could not find her Birth Certificate, so yesterday I spent two hours at the Bureau of Vital Statistics.  Between the babies crying, the ridiculous lines & the "next number served" screaming loudly over the intercom, I managed to take a conference call & start work on a project.  I somehow left with my sanity.  On a side note, our oldest Daughter was very intrigued by this Birth Certificate.  I watched as she rubbed her finger back and forth across your name. 

This morning was spent driving almost two hours to & from the pediatrician to get her a Hepatitis A vaccine we somehow missed during the annual well check ups.  Just so you know, My Girl is 46" tall & weighs 48 lbs.  She has changed so much since you saw her last.  She was petrified about getting this shot & actually cried when the nurse walked over.  It amazes me how the Doctor makes it all better with a slap bracelet & lollipop!

My girl has her Princess backpack & her big Sister's Princess lunch bag from 3 years ago packed and ready to go for her first day of Kindergarten!  This is a day no parent should miss....especially when they have the choice.  I'm not sure why I felt compelled to share the days events, it just felt necessary.

We celebrated by going fishing!!  :)

Monday, August 8, 2011

My Kido's snorkeling!


Yes, My boy is wearing pink floaties!  LOL 
 (He does have two big sisters!) 

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Friday, August 5, 2011

My Girl loses her first tooth!!


This week my youngest Daughter finally lost her FIRST baby tooth.  I say finally, as her tooth needed to come out for days (maybe even weeks~lol) and she has been too scared to let anyone touch it!  After much coercing, she built up the courage to pull it out on her own.  I would like to add, enticing her with money from the Tooth Fairy was probably my best persuasion tactic!  ;)

That same night we performed a ritual we had done many times.  We placed her tooth in the special Tooth Fairy pillow & recited the Tooth Fairy poem.  The pillow was a gift for my oldest Daughter & has always been very special to her.  I know it was difficult, but in honor of this momentous occasion, she passed the pillow down to her Sister.  She also taught her the Tooth Fairy poem & helped her when she stumbled on the words.

Love MyGirls!