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I Don't Know Much to Say

Sometimes when I talk to my Mother on the phone, we will get to end of our conversation and she will say, I don't know anything else, if you want me to tell you something, I will just have to make it up."
That is how I feel this week. Last week was very stressful, this week is calm. But, I have done some crazy things this week. I forgot Emily's lunch for school one day and I forgot SK's lunch the next day.
I registered Emily for kindergarten at her school today. I can't believe it is almost time for her to start kindergarten.
I took down Sarah Kate's changing table on Saturday and she cried and cried for us to put it back up. I may put it back in there. I miss it, she misses it. I may be on TLC's"My Strange Addiction-changing tables. Kelly told me that I may have SK on the changing table till she is 12.
I want some kind of furniture to go in the changing table's place. Her room looks bare and I need something to hold all the toys and mess she has. I want a small cabinet/ shelves/ drawers to keep things. I want space on top to put some frames and things like that. I have stared and stared and stared and stared at two pieces on furniture at antique stores today. They are at two different stores so I had to go back and forth. I need to sleep over them tonight before I make a decision. I don't care about color, because I plan to paint whatever I get.

That is about all that is going on around here. I guess that is a good thing!

Comments

Mica said…
You are hillarious!!!!
Green Girl said…
Do you guys have an IKEA by you?
They have a ton of cute kids things and at reasonable prices too!
Kellie said…
You seriously make me laugh. Just sayin'~
Plan Our Health said…
Oh! Can't wait to see which piece of furniture you choose! It's so fun to get new pieces. I want a buffet or sideboard to go in the living room to hold "stuff" that just needs a home. Like all of the fifty thousand pieces of crystal that I got when I married that, I'll be honest, are pretty useless. But I hate to get rid of them. My husband responds to that with "So.....you're going to spend several hundred dollars on a piece of furniture to store something you don't want???!!!" ha! Yep, that's about right.
Melanie Mueller said…
Kindergarten is big stuff!! I am registering my middle son for kindergarten next week. I cannot believe it!! I am pretty sad about it. Thank goodness I will still have one baby at home or heaven help my hubby. ;)
Your mom sounds precious!!
Can't wait to see what takes the changing table's place. =)

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