Though I was up most of the night with Victoria ( I am trying to look on the bright side and see our 2 am visitations as good bonding time), I did get to sleep late. I probably would have slept later, but I had the strangest feeling I was being watched. When I peered over my blanket, Anastasia was standing right by my bed with her card.
"I wanted to be the first one to wish you a Happy Mother's Day!" she yelled! Well, that is certainly a good reason to get up. I got this dress for Anastasia because she was feeling kind of down that she was the only one who didn't have a dress. Anastasia, who is definitely her mother's child, is very picky about clothes, so I just purchased the dress without her valuable input. At first she thought it was too "polka-dotty". What do you all think?
We took 5,000 pictures and got one, sort of, good picture of all six kids. At least everyone is looking at me in this one. A Mother's Day miracle.
We were going to go on a picnic, but it was raining all day, so we had a picnic on the floor.
You'll never guess what my present was......candy, of course!
Drat! Now I have to go back to cooking tomorrow. Sigh.