Pushing It

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It’s never a great moment emotionally when I go to grab a container of rice milk out of the pantry and realize the Costco-sized box is empty. A day without rice milk directly translates to a day spent listening to Payson cry nonstop.
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Cruising the aisles of WalMart with four children and lots of pain. That’s my Wednesday.
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I’m bored out of my mind at home resting on the couch all day and we’re already out so why not hit up Hobby Lobby for a quick splurge on boredom busters?
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The painful $50 price tag was well worth it. Kept us all occupied and happy for hours and will for a lot more hours to come.
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Don’t judge me wrong, I rarely [these days] spend money on fun stuff but I’m recovering and have four kids and… well, I mentioned the boredom, right? I’ll add the cost to the health and medical section of our budget 😉

All that shopping made Ember hungry.
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Gorgeous baby. In a milky bliss staring out the car window…
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It wasn’t the first time I gave her little ponytails but it’ll probably be the last for a while. They were funny but she didn’t like them.
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It’s hot here. We have an occasional cold spell but I’m going to go ahead and say it’s full blown summer. 80 and 90 degree temps. Yep, that’s summer.
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Sweet girl spends a lot of her time next to me in this little nook of our couch. She gets really excited when I walk around the house and yard with her these days. I can tell she is really missing babywearing and energetic mommy.
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Brooklyn was in a timeout when we started the fun stuff. She was quite the ornery thing at the store. Sierra and Payson were really good in the store. As was Ember.
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I sat with Sierra and Payson to help them out (they needed a lot of help) and ended up starting one of the “knitted” animals from Brooklyn’s kit.
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Payson’s mood the last few days has been really good. I call him my normal two year old to anyone who asks about him. He still has whiny times and tantrums and wants his way all of the time but he’s not crying ALL day anymore! It was literally 90% of the day crying or screaming or whining! Now he’s mellowed out some. The only times he throws fits are when he wants food he can’t have or when I turn off the TV after he watches Team Umizoomi.
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