Darn it. Ainsley Grace injured her elbow. Same one. Again. Ugh. She fell off of a scooter.... We will find out if it was broken in 2 weeks when they look for new bone growth on the x-ray. When she fell, she complained about everything BUT her elbow. Then, the next morning after a good nights sleep, she started playing one handed. Like a little bird, she didn't tell me anything, she just wouldn't do anything with her arm. Please, pray that it's not actually broken. The 2 injury's were directly on her growth plates. So, if it's broken, she will have 5 weeks of cast. Right now, it's 2 weeks of splint.
It took her no time to rock the sling however. She decorated it. ;)
So, Lexi had to read a book for school that she came home nightly and complained about. She just did not like this book. She pushed through, but when school was out we sorted out their back packs. I held that book in my hands and she shouted, "NO! Don't throw that away. I want to burn it!" She did not let up until the moment finally came. Stan found something old to burn and the book burning commenced.
We are babysitting our friend's hamster. Kids love him. Whit, a little too much. Here is the pile of pillows he built to use as a step stool to get closer and closer. He scares me. He may not talk, but he is NOT thupid.
Lexi babysat the other day for a little while. Here are our texts. She is so funny.
Poor Anderson. The girls like to dress him up. This one was lexi's fault. It's funny, super cute and very very scary. I have very mixed feelings. Ha. Whit is hilarious, though. If you ask him, Whit, can you frown. He makes that middle picture face. It's seriously funny.