Mar 31, 2010

I gots owie!




Ewww, that's a lot of band aids.

Owie envy, common among multiples. One gets an owie, they all do. Then suddenly one finger in my face turns to three or thirty with no injury in sight. My favorite is when one falls, another gives a good fake tumble (this would mostly be a Sira thing). So slapstick. Such good physical comedians (again, mainly Sira).





Band aid obsession, common among preschoolers. I wouldn't dare buy the cartoony ones.

Fake sick, common among school children. No scoo morrow, I sick. I hear this everyday. But man, since preschool all of us have been sick and sicker like nothing I've ever experienced before. I mean our health runs are short lived and few. That's what happens when nearly sick-free country kids start public life. And I was so careful to expose them to all the germs of our messy lives in high doses.

BTW smarty readers, great advice on last post. All good ideas and possibilities. Wiffle ball, I love it. Haven't thought of those in years. I just hope it's heavy enough to satisfy. It has to be just so. You know, three year old rationale. :)

5 comments:

Shannon- said...

Cindy - I tottally need hair advice from you! My T has those little bitty coils. They are about 3 inches long now and getting a little thick. I can still condition it and comb it out once a week or so - to make sure there are no matts... but I don't want to screw it up. I'd love it to grow out looking like the peas or the pod's. Any advise? my public yahoo address in gon_hikn93

Josh, Amy, Olivia, Josiah, Girum, Tarikwa, and Taye said...

Hi, Cindy! Just catching up on your posts. Your boys are wonderful and growing in so many ways. Thanks for sharing them!

cathy said...

Hysterical!!!! Could they breathe???

lisa said...

Look on the bright side - you're building up immunities! And I'm still picking up "recreational" band-aids, (and their wrappers,) and my youngest is 11. We bought some recreational crutches at a garage sale yesterday...

Paula said...

Love the nose bandaids. :)