Miss Crow Farts

Zach reads everything, and I mean EVERYTHING! Signs, paper, anything that has words he tries and usually succeeds on reading it. Yesterday, shortly before we were ready to head home he was looking at a computer and reading – “Windows XP Professional —- Miss Crow Farts (Microsoft).” Casey and I lost it, that was by far the best pronunciation of Microsoft we had heard!

Casey John didn’t go to school this morning because his leg was bothering him, I think he fish hooked me a little, but I could tell his leg was bothering him. He has his 6 month check up with the orthopedic next Wednesday and we’ll see what he says. Whether we just keep watching it or if he sends us to the pediatric rheumatologist.

The house weathered the thunderstorms Tuesday night and we are debating on whether to call a local roofer to finish up now that the hard work is done or if we just keep plugging away at it. We are both still sore and exhausted from it all. My feet have blisters on them, I guess from wearing the wrong type of shoe… plus at 4 something this morning as I stumbled out of bed to see why Casey J was crying for his daddy, I slammed into the corner of our door. If you are done laughing we’ll move on now.

I have a girls only weekend scheduled this weekend and some friends and I are headed up towards Dallas for Scarborough Faire. So it’ll be just Casey and the boys at home, all alone…. 🙂 Last bit of odd news, I’ve heard rumors some of my high school classmates are trying to get the 10 year reunion going, wow, 10 years since I graduated High School. More soon….

Zach reads everything, and I mean EVERYTHING! Signs, paper, anything that has words he tries and usually succeeds on reading it. Yesterday, shortly before we were ready to head home he was looking at a computer and reading – “Windows XP Professional —- Miss Crow Farts (Microsoft).” Casey and I lost it, that was by far the best pronunciation of Microsoft we had heard!

Casey John didn’t go to school this morning because his leg was bothering him, I think he fish hooked me a little, but I could tell his leg was bothering him. He has his 6 month check up with the orthopedic next Wednesday and we’ll see what he says. Whether we just keep watching it or if he sends us to the pediatric rheumatologist.

The house weathered the thunderstorms Tuesday night and we are debating on whether to call a local roofer to finish up now that the hard work is done or if we just keep plugging away at it. We are both still sore and exhausted from it all. My feet have blisters on them, I guess from wearing the wrong type of shoe… plus at 4 something this morning as I stumbled out of bed to see why Casey J was crying for his daddy, I slammed into the corner of our door. If you are done laughing we’ll move on now.

I have a girls only weekend scheduled this weekend and some friends and I are headed up towards Dallas for Scarborough Faire. So it’ll be just Casey and the boys at home, all alone…. 🙂 Last bit of odd news, I’ve heard rumors some of my high school classmates are trying to get the 10 year reunion going, wow, 10 years since I graduated High School. More soon….

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