Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Ten Things Tuesday

Well, I am feeling lazy and I do not feel like looking for the 10 things imagine it HERE.

1. I am so busy with my little teeny business.

2. I actually had a customer Sunday say REALLY nice things about me. Sometimes it is just good to hear.

3. My girls went to sleep without a fight tonight and last night...2 nights in a row....yippeeee!

4. My new friend Susan, it is good to have new friends and I love and appreciate my Christian friends. I hope I never take that kind of friendship for granted!

5. Julie.

6. Sonic, sonic, sonic, sonic, sonic. There are not many great things about living in Monette, AR, but being 8 minutes from Happy Hour at Sonic is almost at the top of that list.

7. My girls went to sleep without a fight tonight and last night....2 nights in a row...yippeee!

8. My girls friends at school that they LOVE! It warms my heart to hear my girls talk about their friends at "school" and tell stories of all the funny things they have done.

9. New songs at church Sunday morning. My girls were beaming with pride as they sang their little hearts out to one of our favorite VeggieTale songs.

10. Mr. Brad pulled me aside after Children's Church Sunday and told me how wonderful the girls were doing in Children's Church and how much he enjoyed hearing them sing. I love me some singing babies....especially my babies!

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Oh for the love of a light up shirt

Many of you who know me at all know that I have NO fashion sense. I wear what I like and I dress my girls the same way. We will never have the latest release from Gymboree or Baby Gap, but gently used clothes worn by twins before us that we will pass on to some very sweet twins that are younger than us.

However, there are certain clothing trends I am not sure I will ever be on board with. Here are a list of a few: character shirts (shudder at the thought, although we wear them as play shirts at home and night shirts), shorty skirts, anything with glitter, anything written on bottoms, and my new least favorite: light up shirts. Oh my, what were the manufactures of these thinking? My mom (who buys a ton of the girls clothes) let Molly pick out a Halloween shirt that was light up. I told her she could have it, but it would never be seen by the public eyes. Molly lost interest before Sarah could pick one out and we dodged a bullet that time.

Well, we were at Walmart Sunday and found their Halloween gear on sale for 50% off and I let them pick out their favorites. Molly picked a purple one, since this month it is her favorite color. Sarah picked one with Tinkerbell on it. I enjoy that they enjoy these shirts so much.