Well, no one can say this hasn't been a real winter.
On Sunday it snowed for the fourth or fifth time since November. It snowed again today and is supposed to snow again on Thursday and Saturday. I can't even wrap my mind around it. When we left for church Sunday morning there were BARELY a few snowflakes falling and I thought, "Oh, this will probably stop in a few minutes," but by the time we left church it had snowed THREE inches! I didn't even know how we were going to make it home, but thankfully they got the highways plowed and it wasn't really ice, just snow.
I'm so ready for summer. (Will I still be appreciating that statement when it's 110 degrees? I don't know.)
So, on Saturday, Brittany went to a party at the Duggar's house. Yes, the same Duggar's from 19 Kids and Counting!
My friend has a friend who knows the Duggars from some political endeavors that her friend's husband has been involved in. The Duggars agreed to host a surprise party for the husband, and my friend's daughter invited Brittany to come along.
We learned something from this experience. My family may, in fact, actually be the Duggar family.
I will allow you to come to your own conclusions:
Tristan and Jackson could be twins.
Josie and Travis could be twins.
I have been told I sound like Michelle.
Now, if that isn't enough evidence I don't know what is.
I would love to meet her and ask her how she keeps up with all the kids toothbrushes. And, how many pencils does she buy for the school year? I bought probably 200 pencils last August. We now have twelve left. TWELVE. Half way through the school year. WHERE DO THEY GO??? It's these type of things that I just haven't figured out yet as a large family mother. And, how, HOW can children possibly eat so much food?
Maybe you just smile and deal with it the best that you can, because you know that in the blink of an eye they will all be grown and then you'll think, "Well, what am I going to do with all these 200 pencils?"