Does that make you laugh? Well, it should.
And now that we are in August and the home stretch toward forced structure and education, I've letting go and admitting defeat.
There will be no more rules of the road that include reading or workbook pages.
No, we won't sit and read a book instead of watching TV.
No, we won't play outside until lunch.
No, we won't gain any ground in our reading, writing, or arithmatic skills. (I'm leaving the misspelling of arithmatic to prove my point, and because I have no idea how to spell that fancy math word).
We will embrace the genetic tendencies to sit and watch TV all day. (Like thigh biscuits, the Ellis side of the family is notorious for TV watching expertise).
We will spend our time in the car playing our DS's. (Instead of fighting...please dear Lord).
|She has a new game that is taking care of a puppy. Never mind that our kittens were out of food and water this morning..... Her virtual dog is well fed and walked.|
|He is playing another Lego game. It's the same one we have on the wii but I get to watch TV while he plays this one. My parenting excellence know no bounds.|
|The athletic ability of my family should impress you. Look how high she is...almost 9 feet.|
|He is just a little higher. And he wasn't giggling as much as her, which may account for his height.|
Also, I got a new watch and I am in love with it. Thank you Accessory Dash!
Embrace the laziness before the school storm.
Joyfully full of it,