I had a quiet afternoon planned for Saturday, since my original plans were cancelled. Somehow, my sister sensed the cancellation and invited me to go visit her and her kids. I had to stop at Starbucks first to get the energy.
She suggested we go to the playground, but it was so cold and windy, we thought better of it.
We ended up going to Target. Why not? I am not used to keeping track of small cars, but I managed.
This toy set off several rounds of “The Wheels on the Bus” from the two year old. He seemed surprised that I knew the words. He had the song stuck in his head, but kept singing different verses, at least.
I am not sure why he thought that the eagle needed to live in the dollhouse, but it kept him quiet and busy for a while.
I ended up getting my contact solution and several other items while we were out.
I took the older boys on the hunt for the contact solution. Her middle son asked me what we were looking for. “oh, I hope we don’t find it. Once we find it, our mission will end.” This somewhat explains why children can’t find things in front of their faces.
It was a fun day, and I definitely needed the caffeine for the outing.