|SCHOOL IS SO FUN!|
This morning Faith started crying as soon as I pulled her lunch bag out of the fridge and then wailed the entire drive to the school. When she realized we were in the parking lot, she jacked it up a notch and even got the attention of people in nearby parked cars with her volume level. Once I dragged her and her various luggage (you'd think she was staying there for a week by how much stuff I have to bring for her) inside, she stopped crying. Then she saw her favorite caregiver and I handed her off and she didn't even look back or shed a single tear.
Verdict: Faker! She seems to just hate the idea of school now and has a great time when she's there. I mean, she got to make this masterpiece today:
|She's obviously a genius|
She also learned how to play football today in Jump Bunch. I'm just taking their word for that, but I don't remember giving them clearance to make her potentially more destructive at home. I see bruises in my future.
School was so exciting that Faith decided to skip taking a nap there, so I had to try to get her to take one when we got home. I'm glad I had already ran (5 whole miles, gold star for me) because it wasn't easy to get her to go to sleep and I had to keep going upstairs to tell her to stop jumping on her bed. Even after I finally got her to nap, this was pretty much her mood for the rest of the day:
|ANGRY BUNNY JUDGES YOU|
It's a good thing my husband is around to provide comic relief after a difficult bedtime routine. This is what I found waiting for me when I came back downstairs:
|The penguin likes to watch|
Do you think making stuffed animals do stuff like this is hilarious or just stupid? I obviously think it's hilarious and used to do it to coworkers who had stuffed animals on their desk. How could I resist?