Just took me over an hour to figure out what the word I wrote on my hand last night in bed was supposed to remind me.
I thought of something good to post, and in the time that it took me to log on, I forgot what it was. So yeah, um, goodnight, I guess.
Let's talk about that awesome topic I thought about as I was falling asleep last night. Anyone remember what it was?
I just spent time chopping Hershey kisses for a recipe that called for milk chocolate chips, only to then find a full bag of milk chocolate chips while getting another ingredient. Duh.
I found this last night when I was looking for another 80s toy for a friend. Do you remember this?! The little sponge strip "created" the picture? So cool.
Do you think the toys of today have the staying power or the memory power of the toys of the past?
I know my boys' Legos are timeless, but I wonder what else they'll nostalgically remember...and what I'll be in trouble for getting rid of ;)
Last night lying in bed, I thought of the best topic for discussion today...but then I fell asleep and forgot, so talk amongst yourselves for a while!
_How far do you think she'll get before she realizes she left the stroller in the parking lot? At least she remembered the baby!
_When your kids are sick-- like medicine-taking sick-- how do you keep track of doses and times? Do you circle the age/weight/dos info on the bottle? Keep the spoon/syringe right with it? Jot down the meds and when you give them?
It's sometimes risky to trust your memory when there's so much else going on in there, not to mention that there's often more than one child to a household, and that there are often 2 or more caretakers with them throughout the day. What works for you?
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