Back to School!

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I cannot believe I have a 6th and a 2nd grader.  Not only am I too young for this mess, they were just babies last week!

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And this is what my son tried to take to school in his backpack today.    He had an atlas, remote control, Orbies,  2 boats, a Frisbee, Pokémon cards,  windup toys, and lots of weapons.  (nun chucks, a fake gun, and one of those star throwers)   I asked about all the weapons in case he thought he was going to be bullied by some big kid on the bus.His response,  ” PROTECTION FROM THE ZOMBIES!”  Oh dear.  My kid is so weird and so awesome.

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Speaking of awesome…shouldn’t every sixth grader get a new bed?  A friend of mine just moved and this bed was left there!  It has a desk so she can do all her work, and a vanity to do her “makeup”.  (Which means face moisturizer, lip gloss, and clear mascara. )    She feels super cool since the bed is  from Pottery Barn Teen–even though she is only 11.

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Toby is  sad and lonely.  He is only the tiniest bit happy that he can catch up on all his napping now without being in a constant wrestling match with Brody.  Or being dressed in outfits by Kadyn.  And yes, that is my sports bra he is napping with.  He has a boob and/or a foot fetish because he always grabs my bra or my flip flops to snuggle with.

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I cannot nap because my head feels like a giant mucas filled balloon.  I went to the minute clinic yesterday…why are they so stingy about those Z-packs?  I am not asking for some oxy  or anything crazy.  I just need some antibiotics.  I know I have a sinus infection.  I get one a year.  I am not going to get immune to the Z-pack.  Give it to me.  She was all nurseystingy-like, “You are young, and I think you can kick this.”  I was like, “No.  I’m old and no I can’t kick this without a Z-pack” (I know I said I was young in the first paragraph of this blog, but I’m in the middle of young and old, so basically I get to pick a side whenever I want.)

Nurse Stingy  laughed like she thought I was joking, and showed me the Mucinex and told me to go home,  rest, drink fluids, (but not vodka) and watch a lot of TV.

DONE.  Jen Hatmaker’s HGTV show is AWESOME!  Plus, I cry because I love her so much and I wish she only knew that we were best friends.

PS- I still went to FlyBarre today.  (I keep my commitments to myself… even if my head is a balloon.)

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