Thursday, January 29, 2009

Wrong side of the bed!

My boys would not get out of bed this morning!!!! Bryce decided to take a 30 minute shower while...Alex is standing at the door yelling for him to get out. They just got finished eating their breakfast, making lunches and getting dressed and it was time for the bus to come. Phew!!!

I thought I had the boys out the door and Bryce comes back in crying "Alex, pushed me in the snow." So I asked him, "Why did he push you in the snow?" Bryce says, " I pushed him down the hill." Oh boy......I just explained to Bryce that you can't be pushing people down and expect them to like it. He just wanted me to yell at Alex.

Drew....oh my Drew....he snuck into the bathroom with the door locked and put lotion all over his body. He is so funny....I found him hiding in the bathtub. He wanted to take a bath....but his preschool bus was coming within a few minutes, so I rubbed in the hand lotion as best as I could and got him dressed....AGAIN. We just learned how to get our clothes off this past week.

I love my boys, but I can't handle mornings when they all wake up on the wrong side of the bed. Let's hope the rest of the day goes better than this morning.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

New Job Prospect

I have been running a daycare out of my home for the last 7 years. One of the boys bus drivers asked me one day if I wanted to drive bus for the school district. I thought.....hmmm.....that would be fun...maybe and I can still be home for little Drew during the day.

I just got a call from the manager of the bus company. I go in for an interview next Wednesday. I'm not nervous...but I don't know what I am going to tell my daycare family. I will only have to work 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon and Drew can come on the bus with me. I will be off whenever the kids are off school and I will make more money than doing daycare.

I think I need to do this for my family. I just hope I don't loose a friend in the process when I tell them that I cannot watch their daughter anymore.

Naked Boy running around

I cannot keep clothes on Drew for anything.......

Drew is 3 years old and has recently been diagnosed with Autism and a chromosomal anomaly. He is a handful, but the sweetest little boy around.

He has had an issue with simple tasks such as taking his clothes off and putting them on. Just last week we worked on taking off his pants, pull-up and shirt. He just mastered it today. Everytime I turn around the boy is NAKED!!!