J-5 Rogers Family

4.08.2008

Age is just a number...

Tuesday started off like any normal day...rushing to get Jaydon ready for school, and then come to find out he has a substitute. I hung out at the school after dropping Jaydon off. Cathy & Andrea were there, and we talked for like 40 minutes. It's SO amazing to me that we get along so well - there's me, a 20-something (okay, ALMOST 30!) then Andi and Cathy who are in their 30's & 40's respectively. (I won't give your ages away ladies.) You would think that with such a gap in age, we wouldn't have anything in common...but it's the COMPLETE opposite! We laughed at the funniest of things and talked about a wide array of topics. You wouldn't believe some of the subjects that we discussed in the parking lot of a CHRISTIAN school. It was much needed though, and made for an extremely pleasant morning. I guess some things don't ever change - regardless of age.

Jaydon said that his substitute was "mean", but I didn't know how to take that. I remember that as children, we always hated substitutes, so I imagine that even in pre-K, they give the subs a hard time.

Jaydon had swim lessons today. He is doing so much better. This is a little boy who LOVES the water park and all of the slides...a little boy who will go down the slides alone, and then CLINGS to me in a swimming pool. I don't have to get in the water at swim lessons (thank God!) but I feel bad for his teacher sometimes. He is improving though, and I'm proud of him. I'm going to try and upload a video clip from his lesson today - although it's not so good because I was trying to carry Jacoby while taping him at the same time. Scratch that, I'm going to save it for next week when I can get a better video.

After swimming, we went to BK for lunch. I ate a Whopper Jr. and enjoyed every last bite. NO cheese, no fries and no soda.

Jacoby behaved very well today. I was shocked that he only cried once, and only for a few minutes because he was hungry. It is definitely a fluke.
I have tried 5 different kinds of pacifiers, and he doesn't like any of them. He spits them out and then he won't open his mouth again when I try to put them back in. I guess he knows he's working hard and not getting anything from it (milk), so it's not worth his time. Lazy little fat boy. :)

So here's today's problem...
When on a service road and you come to a yield, who has the right of way? Is it you on that service road, or the people exiting the highway? THE PEOPLE EXITING THE HIGHWAY HAVE THE RIGHT-of-WAY, RIGHT?? So why is it that I'm yielding and EVERY single car behind me on the service road decides it's okay to go over the lines behind me, get in front of me, and cut me off?? This happens EVERY day, west bound near the Rufe Snow exit. PISSES ME OFF! Please NRH cops - read my blog!!! You could make some money for your city if you sat there one day!

MY HOUSE IS FINALLY CLEAN! It's so nice to come home to a clean house.

So tonight, we had tater tot casserole for dinner with cornbread. Nice & fatty! Thanks to the Sandhu's for the recipe. It's such an easy meal to make, and Jeremy loves it, so it's a winner in our house.

Time for Jacoby's last feeding and bath. We've started bathing him about 2 times per week now. I don't know if that's too much or too little. Any ideas, let me know!

I still have to clean the kitchen up and pay a few bills online. It's looking like a 12:00ish bedtime tonight...so typical lately!





1 Comments:

Blogger Andi said...

Hey Girl, The people coming off of the highway DEFINITELY have the right away. People are such impatient idiots when they drive, it's so annoying. Probably why I have road rage! ha! As far as the bath, I think 2 times a week is good, we try to do it every 2-3 days...their skin gets so dry if yo do it too much, at least my girls do. Ash is another story she needs one AT LEAST every other day, or you can smell her a mile away. Have a GREAT day! -Andi

April 9, 2008 at 10:39 AM  

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