Well Daddy, if I could talk I would have told Mommy that going to our little Mommy and Me class this morning was probably not a good idea.
She is that way she gets when only she can say she is crabby because if you say it, WATCH OUT and we had already used up lots of her patience before she even pulled out of the driveway and you know how Mommy thinks our teacher is a has-been preschool teacher who cannot get a job anywhere because she is a little on the obnoxious side and she never stops talking and asking questions that are none of her business? Well I knew that this would not be a good day for Mommy to be in the same room as Mrs. Nevershutsup but she packed us up and took us anyway.
We did pretty good at school. We made hand print turkeys and all the sudden I said a word. It was “YAY” and I was so happy with that word that I said it and said it and said it while I emptied every bin in the room. McKenna sat a little close to kids that were not Parker today and Parker, he had ants in his pants as usual and Mommy had to hold him by the foot to keep a little bit of him at circle time but other than that no problems. (Yay!)
But Mrs. Nevershutsup? She was over the top today. She was always talking in one of Mommy’s ears while Mommy was trying to listen to us with the other. She pried too much about Sissy and about your work and told Mommy stories that she could have lived her whole life just fine without hearing. I knew we were in trouble once Mommy stopped talking to anyone over three feet tall and her eye started to twitch a little.
When it was time to leave I let Mommy put my coat on real fast so we could get out of there. But Daddy, Mrs. Nevershutsup did not take a hint. She FOLLOWED Mommy to the car and I knew we were headed for trouble. She said she was helping but she just kept asking Mommy more none-of-her-business questions and I could hear Mommy thinking to herself that she should be nice and thankful that this woman was trying to help but Mommy decided she would be thankful for Parker and our automatic doors because he will push any button in front of him. So Mommy got us in the car and put Parker by all those buttons and he pushed away and left Mrs. Nevershutsup out there in the parking lot asking us how much our van costs and why Mommy doesn’t learn to sew so she can make our Christmas clothes.
Mommy knew she should open that door back up but she just could not do it. She got us in our seats and climbed into hers and did her fakey-nice smile and waved to Mrs. Nevershutsup whose mouth was still moving outside that window.
One more place we can’t go back to Daddy… but it was all Mommy this time.
Good thing you have a few days off this week, I’m sticking with you til Mommy’s patience comes back.
Yay!, (had to get it in there one more time)
|Parker being a turkey|
|McKenna with her turkeys (no picture of me, I hit the crib before Mommy lost the last of her mind)|
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