Hailey is the artist of the family. She'll do a craft whenever she possibly can, and my table is never without her box of markers and papers all over it. Some days I catch myself getting upset with her because there's just so. much. stuff. everywhere!
And then I realize how thankful I am that she loves to do these things and every time she draws something new the pride in her face just lights up the room. How could I get upset about that?
Her recent obsession is these beanie boo stuffed animals. They come in all sizes, and they really are adorable. Her favourite thing to do with them, of course, is drawing them. She sits them in front of her and draws and draws until she's gone through about about 5 pages perfecting it. Then she writes her name on the perfect one, and hangs it up on the fridge to show off to anyone who passes by.
We're lined up to see a new family doctor, so instead of going to our old family doctor, I figured we'd go to the walk-in clinic to see what the heck is up with these kids! They just can't shake whatever this is.
We waited 2 hours to see the doctor, who prescribed them both an antibiotic, which he said wouldn't do anything to make them better, and a new inhaler.
Great! The inhaler would be awesome.
We get to the pharmacy and wait another 40 minutes for our prescriptions to be filled, (obviously no one was in a hurry today) just to find out that the inhaler he prescribed isn't even approved for kids under 12. Hailey is only 5!!
Geeze. So, the pharmacist refused to fill that prescription (thankfully), and we went home with a useless antibiotic.
And that's what I get for bringing them to the doctors.
We're in the process of getting rid of a nasty bug going around the house.
My little Benny had this thing for a good couple of weeks, and just couldn't shake it. Finally, as of today, he's starting to feel a little more like himself.
Gracie totally cracked me up. She got out of the shower and she was still wrapped up in her towel, but wanted to show Benny how to make a "serious like batman" face. So, she tried to hide behind the table, placing only her head on the table. Ha Ha! Such a weirdo.