Duh duh DUHHH!!!! #suspensemusic
****Disclaimer: Being the perfect-pastor-kids-angels we are, we would NEVER actually do ANY of these things.
1. Breakfast consists of hot dogs and hot chocolate. And hot chocolate for every meal after that.
We did actually feed them a really nice breakfast, but they were still hungry.
2. Do any thing we can to get out of school.
The bananas were going to rot!!!! I mean, why a waste good food when you can make it into banana bread???
3. Bribe the two year old with chocolate to clean the basement. By herself.
We had to clean the basement anyway, we had the chocolate, the baby wanted them, so we gave them to her:)
4. The first thing you do when they walk out the door is yell "PARTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
As soon as we said that, they walked back in because they forgot something. Oops:)
5. You put the kids to bed at 6 and tell them they have an hour to read.
We didn't feel to guilty until Serenity said "You guys are going to be the best parents ever when you grow up!" It's a good thing she didn't think to look at the clock:)
6. Drink straight lemon juice with three heaping spoonfuls of sugar in it. HYPERNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
7. Give a break on school because the house is really, really, really messy. Like deep clean everything. So it takes hours and hours. And we can't finish school because its 5:00.
8. We pretend that folding laundry is an amazingly awesomely fun job-almost like going to Cedar Point-so the two year old and six year old immediately volunteer to do it.
9. You make everything into a race. "I need a pencil....on your mark, get set, go!!! *thirty seconds later* WOW you guys are SO fast!! Thank you SOOOO much!!"
10. You randomly break for song time around the piano. Choir, right?
11. Pick all the unripe peaches from the trees and see who can throw them the hardest at the other trees.
12. Push the tire swing up to the tree and let the kids climb the tree and get on the tire swing. Then let it fall. This is actually really fun...if you don't hit the tree that is.
*****Disclaimer #2: For all those who knew that our parent's were away this weekend, we did have an adult (Thanks Lisa!!) here and we didn't do any of these things. Promise. ish.
God reached down in love and rescued Cassandra from her sin at the age of 21: changing her life, purpose, and focus forever.