I have been watching the twins every day 5 days a week for almost 2 months (maybe only 1 month but it feels like a year). They have a pretty set routine while they are here.
7:30 Arrive and turn on Wild Kratts
8:00 remember they are at Grandma’s house where snacks are plentiful and decide they are hungry
8:30 finish their “breakfast” and decide on a snack from the drawer, usually dried fruit or a squeezie yogurt.
9:00 Sit completely still and watch Super Why with intermittent running up to the tv to point to a letter (I will never be able to get all of the finger prints off the screen).
9:30 Beg to go to the park
10:00 finally convince me to take them to the park (One day last week they didn’t want to go and I had to convince them LOL).
10:30 – 11:30 Play at the park with intermittent running back to the picnic table to see what snacks grandma packed for them.
12:00 home and lunch
12:30 – 2:30 NAP TIME! YAAAAAAAY!
2:30 Madilyn is usually standing with the refrigerator door open looking for what berries are in there. usually there are only strawberries, but recently I received Blueberries and blackberries in my farm box so I gave them some. Madilyn liked them all and easily settles in to enjoy her afternoon dessert. Matthew not so much. What was this foreign food I was putting on his plate? Where were his normal sliced up strawberries? Who moved his cheese?! Grandma to the rescue with a dollop of COOL WHIP whipped topping and he now thinks blackberries are the best thing in the world!
4:00 Grandma’s nerves end up on the frazzled side and I threaten to set the kids on the curb and hope someone who loves them will pick them up – SOON!
5:00 They are rescued from the clutches of grandma with the promise of all of this happening again tomorrow. Maybe not the COOL WHIP part because it is quite possible grandma has now eaten all of it straight from the tub.
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