I can't believe March Break is at an end, and it's back to work for me tomorrow. The week went by so fast!
Monday-Mommy locked the keys in the car while it was running, I thought it was so funny when Mommy tried to open the front door to say Thank You to the CAA man, but the front door was stuck too.
Tuesday-Daddy forgot to leave the keys home so we could go to the library..will they ever figure this car thing out.
Mommy tried to take me sliding, which was a complete disaster, I cried the whole time except for the 10 seconds it took to slide down the hill...maybe next time...then we made muffins after nap time. P.S. Blueberries have much more flavour if you dump them on the floor first.
Wednesday-Warmest day of the week. Mommy realized it was garbage day and she decided she would rather shovel a path for the garbage can than play in the enormous puddle on the road...why wouldn't she just let me go out there, I showed her! I love puddles for stomping, jumping, swishing my mitted hands in, and note for the future-going limp in a puddle while Mommy tries to get me=a few extra seconds in the puddle and has a fun weightless effect.
Thursday-Went to Indigo with Mommy and Daddy-had lots of fun playing with trains, and me sized carts-beep beep, I need to work on speed control and steering...actually others need to work on the reflexes. Then I spent the Night at my Nanny's.
Friday-quietest day of the week...in fact I took a 3 hour nap.
Saturday-Spent half the day with my Grammie and Grampy, took a short nap, then went to my other Nanny and Grampy's to visit Aunt Megan and Uncle Greg. I slept in Aunties room and Mommy and Daddy stole Uncle Greg's room.
Sunday- Today we had a big breakfast-I had my first scone. Later we went and got groceries-I have to direct my parents what aisles to go down and laugh at people while we pass them.
It was a good week.
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Jennifer Russell was born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada.She is an Intentional artist who focuses on creating meaning full connections to her work for herself and others. Nothing is more satisfying to her than hearing that her work has inspired someone in their own life.