Friday, May 21, 2010

Letters of Intent

Dear Mother Nature,

Hi. Um, it's May. Coming up on June, actually. The constant drizzle of rain every day is driving us NUTS. We are trapped inside day after day, and the never-ending rain drops make running errands with three kiddos less than spectacular. Please get your act together before Makenna's last soccer game tomorrow morning. PLEASE.


The cooped up Mama who wasn't sure if you got the Memo that it's MAY!



Hello Sweet Pea. Could I ask a teensy favor of you? Could you please stop grinding your teeth at night? You are grinding them so loudly that it is waking up your sisters and Mama. It really is the most excruciating noise ever. And . . . I'm a little scared that you won't have any teeth left in the morning.

Thanks sweetie.


Your Mama who loves you but does need her sleep


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Kelli @ RTSM said...

Rain makes a shopping trip with kiddos so much harder! I hope the sun comes back soon! And YUCK! I hate the sound of grinding teeth. One of mine did that at night for a few days but then stopped. I think maybe they had molars coming in so their mouth was hurting. Have a great weekend:)

He & Me + 3 said...

I hear you on the weather and Stunt Man grinds his teeth so loud too. It wakes us up way down the hall.

the Spocks said...

I would trade you the rain for our humidity. Somehow I doubt if you would want it though. Still send the rain. The days go get long and tedious. One day in between rain we went out to jump in puddles. Visiting from Foursons.

Connie Weiss said...

We went to the park today for 30 seconds. Too cold, windy and the threat of rain.

Foursons said...

That picture of Kenners is just adorable! You might want to go to a dentist about her teeth grinding. Nathan did that and absolutely mangled his teeth. They have bite plate thingys that she can wear at night to stop it.

Sorry to hear about the weather. I'll keep mum about our 90 degree temps. :)

Jenny said...

Abby went through a period when she would grind her teeth. Then it moved on to hair twirling. It's always something!


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