Works for me Wednesday
Ya know I told you about having the hand gel in the van, right where each kid can have a squirt as they get in? There it is, bottom center.
I got this "organizer" at a closeout store, I think it was intended for scrapbookers...which I am not. It stays in the van seat, and contains everything we could ever need while in the van. Here's some of what it contains: hand gel, and pocket size hand gel for park, etc., lotion, sunscreen, an item for Godly discipline, straws (cause ya know those drive-thru window people forget them sometimes), bottled water, kleenex, goldfish, empty plastic cups to put goldfish in for serving, small umbrella (big one in back), kid and mommy pain reliever, neosporin, and bandaids. Also there are 2pks of wipes between the pink thing and Avery's seat.
OK, I am not a rocket scientist, so when I come up with something really clever, I just have to pat myself on the back......I know, pride commeth before the fall.
This is a portable doorbell. I think it was $15 at Lowe's. I keep the button in the kitchen. The bell is upstairs. I HATE yelling through the house for the kids, so when I need to call them for dinner, etc., I just ring the bell!
We are about 18 inches behind in rainfall for the year. Some areas around us got as much as 3" in the last 24 hours!! Hallelujah--showers of blessings!
Waid probably thought rain was only in China, because I do not think it has rained since he came home.
In other news: Waid had a pre-op appt today, and weighed in at 33lbs., that's more than his "big" sister=) Poor Avery is one of those teeny tiny people who will probably never weigh over 100 pounds....she is OBVIOUSLY not genetically related to me!
Waid's appt was so that he can have a detailed eye exam/tests under anesthesia next Friday.
Then the following week we will meet with a geneticist and neurologist for both Waid and Avery.