I am so thankful right now for the Internet and an iPad. I don’t want to sound like I don’t like watching my grandchild. I do! However, my brain cells are completely saturated with SpongeBob Square pants and Frozen. And Duplo building blocks. And toddler food. And stepping on toys. So it feels like perhaps I am in touch with my adult self to get on line. Am I making sense? Am I still speaking English? Am I an adult? I think I am.
As if in a dream, Greyson and I watch Frozen for the fifth time.
In a trance, Greyson watches Frozen for the 12th time.
And Greyson has forgotten which toy he’s holding because he is frozen watching Frozen.
Now, lest you think that I have allowed nothing but television, the days under the circumstances are long. I have been here all day Friday, all day Saturday, and all day Sunday. The children, especially little Greyson, realize that something is amiss. They have been excellent children, but Greyson has been waking up in the night a bit disoriented. I have worked very hard to keep them on schedule, with breakfast, lunch, dinner, bathtime and naptime at the right times. Still, trips to the store to get bread or bananas and a trip to the hospital to see new baby have gotten us off schedule at times.
I may never want to watch Frozen again.
That is all.
Enjoy this day!