So I was flipping pikelets and the
As I got to the last pikelets, I went into the living room (where Little Einsteins was on television for the banished child) and Blaise was standing, naked in the middle of the living room swinging his poopy diaper around. He was covered in poo as was the living room.
I cleaned all that up, got him dressed, strapped him into the stroller and went to the school to drop off all the food.
Came back, got in the car to go get Toby.
Fed them lunch, put them back in the stroller to go see UN Day.
The epitome of UN Day. These four girls are all in their country's native costumes and they all interact daily. I love UN Day. It's kind of creepy, you know, with those weird faces, but you get used to it. The purple arrow shows where I work on Mondays.
Came back. Blaise dumped out the completely full bottle of floor cleaner in the bathroom.
Put him out of the bathroom to clean it up.
Came out. Blaise had dumped all the board games on to the floor.
Put Blaise down for a nap. Mommy had had enough.
UN Day 2008 was the longest day ever. But so worth it.