One of my sons is shooting Storm Troopers on our old Nintendo 64. And the other one? He's having a tea party and picking his nose.
Sometimes I like to just think about tons of different things at the same time. But then my brain usually gets confused and I end up blurting out sentences like, "You need to put your shoes in the we can eat the library called what is that smell?
I have been wondering how many squares of toilet paper Two Bits uses on a daily basis. Your probably thinking that I'm assuming she uses too much? Nope. The opposite.
When we were driving home from Utah on monday we made a potty stop, and I had to join Two Bits in the stall. Generally I wouldn't, but she's afraid of "magic potties." That's what we call the toilets that flush themselves. So if my kids see a magic potty I have to squeeze in the stall and keep my hand over the sensor until the pee-er is finished and far away from the scary flushing toilet.
But when we stopped I also was in great need of a toilet. So when Two Bits grabbed two squares of the flimsy rest stop toilet paper I said, "You are going to need way more than that or your hand is going to get all wet." So then she proceeded to COUNT OUT the squares. Which is not what you do when your sensor blocking, bladder bursting, I've-had-4-kids-so-don't-even tell-me-to-hold-it, mother is in the stall with you. Which is some general FYI to mention to 6 year olds everywhere.
Earlier today I pulled out my sample bottle of Little Stinker Baby Butt Spray that I got in my swag bag at CBC. The bottle said you could use it on your husbands.
So I did.
He keeps trying to convince me that his shoes (among other things) don't smell. I'm gagging just thinking about it.
You know how when you're pregnant you get that super human sense of smell thing? Mine never went away. I could be a blood hound. Just strap a collar on me and take me hunting. (Except don't really, because I'm way too lazy. Plus I don't know how I feel about hunting poor wild animals when there's a grocery store just down the street.)
Things stink a lot. And I smell it all. So I'm pretty happy that things like Little Stinkers and Scentsy exist. And maybe someday my olfactory senses will return to normal human levels and I won't have to be on the verge of a smell induced gag all the time.