It's great because we've been trying to sit around in a circle and just talk about our day, and ask each other questions.
Usually Isaak answers every question with, "I not know."
We tried the game out tonight. We clearly need to play it more!
Mica was asked the question, "What would you do if someone offered you cigarettes?" He said, "I'd smile and say 'thank you." I don't even think he knows what cigarettes are. It was pretty funny. We of course corrected him after I got done laughing.
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I'm not sure why Isaak fights sleep for me on the weekends!
All the sudden Mommy has him, and no nap occurs.
I'm pretty firm about it being nap time, consistent about what time he goes down and sing or read a book before I put him down.
He just doesn't want to sleep.
I'm wondering if it has to do with the fact that the boy's sleep in until 8 AM? Yes 8 AM is their sleep in time. Sad, but true.
On weekdays they wake up at 6:30 AM.
But they also stay up a little later on the weekends then they do on the weekdays.
Maybe he just really misses me, and can't stand the idea of not seeing my face. ;) I don't think that's the case. He has people that care strongly for him watch him all through the week.
Then there is the potty issue!
I have Isaak go number 2 right after lunch.
Even when he's gone potty, he lays in bed and goes number 2 once again.
I know he's fully aware of what he's done because he's wide awake, singing his little heart out.
The first time putting him down I put on training pants. I might as well be using them instead of diapers. That's when he goes number 2. It's frustrating! I calmly tell him, "Isaak you can tell Mommy when you have to go potty. Mommy wants to know!" Really I'm thinking, "Quit crapping your pants kid!" I would never say that! But I can think that!
One great thing, EcoFresh Baby sent me this sample that in a natural odor neutralizer. The best thing is that it works! The odor leaves his room right away, and I really smell nothing. No toxins!
Then there's Mica.
He's5 1/2 years old. He doesn't really need a nap.
But why does he always sleep for Aunt Terra? Maybe she slips something into his drink a lunch time. I'm totally being sarcastic. He's the nicest kid when he comes home from being with her all day!
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