We start off somewhat regular, then some foolishness ensues. Typical Daddy!
Today’s post is just a bit random, and I wanted to share.
Miss Drew is in her element right here. I swear she is going to be a Forest Ranger. She loves to be outside and hoard rocks & berries, & acorns and such. After we come home from being “out in he wilderness” I have to make sure that she empties her pockets before doing the laundry, or we end up with all kinds of stuff in the lint trap.
A little giggle…
Yesterday, Drew had a Dr. appointment first thing in the morning. Since Damon didn’t have to be at work until a little later, he volunteered to take her. Since the little girls are usually a packaged deal, Kori had to tag along so Daddy could drop them both off afterwards. Kori’s biggest nightmare at the Dr. is of course a shot, but since it is Drew’s appointment, she is safe, right? No, no, no. Good ol’ Daddy inquired about a flu shot.
DUHN… DUHN… DUUUUUHN!!!!
While I was figuring that they wouldn’t do it at an appointment that wasn’t hers, Damon had already asked, and sure enough, they hooked her right on up! I wish I could have seen the look on her face when he asked.
Drew is our Gangster Baby and is rarely phased by much, so she took her shot like a champ. Kori on the other hand, is the complete opposite of that. She kept saying, “No, Ma’am. I already got shots. I don’t need it.”
At the end of the day, she survived, but did still have quite the attitude about it when I picked her up. “Mama! That shot hurt! It still hurts! What’s the point of a flu shot if I can still get sick? OOOhhh!”
LOL! That girl.
Kids can definitely wear us out, but they also bring us so much joy. The exciting part is watching them grow, and being able to take pride in raising great humans, with our Lord and Savior guiding the way.
Psalms 127:3-5 3 Children are a heritage from the LORD, offspring a reward from him. 4 Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. 5 Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame when they contend with their opponents in court.