Thursday, November 19, 2015

Random Tid Bits

  1. I was putting gas in my car. All the sudden 2 emergency rescue vehicles drove past to go to the Urgent Care down the way.

    I was thinking 1 of 2 things could have been happening:

    1) The person that went to the Urgent Care should have gone to the Emergency Room instead. or

    2) The Urgent Care treated a patient for the wrong thing.

    Back story on that, last year when I had Influenza I went to the same Urgent Care. I had no choice. They closed at 9, and it was 8:45. Their 1 or 2 star rating on the internet didn't much matter when I felt a bit like I was death warmed over. When I got there they switched my chart with another patient. Moral of the story: There are a lot of places to see in Omaha, Nebraska, this Urgent Care isn't one of them.

  2. The boys flat out refuse to wear pjs. I even offered to buy flannel pj bottoms. Isaak's like, "I'm not wearing those!" I said, "It's only going to get colder out. What about the pj days that you have at school?" Isaak said, "Well I just won't go dressed up in pjs then. Here I thought it would be great to get them flannel pjs for Christmas. 

  3. Mica dressed up like Marty McFly for character day at school. I called him Mica McFly all day. 

  4. Isaak has been baby talking this week. OMG I hate when kids baby talk. Travis and I have both been on him to stop it NOW.

  5. Mica's at an age where you can have a real conversation about events in the world, and he sort of gets it. We talked with him about Paris, which led into a conversation about war. Isaak on the other hand has things go over his head. I do believe that kids should be kids. Don't make them talk about things in the serious nature before they are ready. On the flip side once they are ready they should know what's going on.


~ Noelle said...

Do they just sleep in their underwear? Broxton has to have pants and a shirt all the time. He loves pjs :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

Allison isn't too big on winter pj's but she loves summer ones. She is also more aware of what's going on in the world, constantly giving us ISIS updates she finds online. One side says good for her for taking an interest in what's happening in the world, the other wants to say "shut up about it already!" lol

Ai Sakura said...

We talked briefly about the Paris events and other tragedies with Lil Pumpkin and her teachers brought it up in school too. I agree kids should be kids and when they are ready to understand and take in the "serious" stuff of life, they will. No need to stress them out at this point!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Harry Flashman said...

When my kids were teenagers, they were both very liberal. Then they got out into the world, and very shortly they were more conservative than their father. Living in the world tends to destroy illusions based on lack of real experience. It's good you are giving your kids a grounding in reality as they grow old enough for it.

Masshole Mommy said...

Neither one of mine will sleep in actual pajamas either. They sleep in their undies and a t-shirt.


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