I haven't thrown up again but I did feel shaky and just "yucky" on and off today. I think I may be one of those celebrities who has to check herself into the hospital for "exhaustion."
Rich had to work this afternoon which means that it was just me and the girls. And I needed to go to Target. I thought long and hard and decided that Rich could do without a birthday card. I know, I'm such a great wife. You see, the only triple stroller we have is the jogger, which doesn't fit down store aisles and I really, physically, did not see myself hauling the Choo Choo Wagon in and out of the van and loading the girls in and out of the van. Never mind all the comments and questions we would receive while in the store. I called Rich at work to check in and told him that I opted to take the girls for a walk seeing as puking on the side of the road was probably better than doing so in Target. He agreed.
I tried to take some pictures of the girls in their cute "book worm" shirts. Anna decided that they should stand in front of the couch.
Em did not want to participate.
And then when she finally realized that, no, they would not be going in the Choo Choo Wagon but the stroller, she started crying, "Choo choo waa gon."
I did feel bad but I wanted to take them for a real LONG walk not just up and down the street. I am no shape to haul that wagon all over town.
Allie jumped in with hugs only to pitch a fit herself ten minutes later when she too realized that they would not be going in the Choo Choo Wagon.
The girls are staring at the neighbor's two little dogs.
They are afraid of dogs. I wonder where they get that from? I honestly can't remember how it started but they believe that all animals are going to "get their bum bums." So when they see dogs, they say, "Bum bum. Bum bum," while patting their behinds. I've told them a million times not to worry, that the doggies will get my bum bum first.
I need to point out that in the above photo, Anna is wearing two different socks, Allie is wearing Halloween socks and Em's shoes are undone.