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After this long rainy day..

I sit here updating my blog with toys, crafts, and rice on my floor. Two kids still playing not ready for bed yet and no dinner started, but in all honesty i'm happy. I love that my kids play there little hearts out every day learning instead of sitting watching tv all day or fighting with each other. Yes at the end of the day there is a lot of cleaning up to do but with music on that makes it a simple task. I do wonder though how people who hate mess deal with kids?I believe with every mess kids are learning. No kid wakes up in the morning thinking how can I piss off my parents today. With that being said it is now clean up time and time for dinner after. Tonight we are having "crabby patties" in honor of SpongeBob of course. Goodnight all!


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