Sods law says that if I had had any problems with the bambinos this morning, everyone else would’ve been ready and waiting. Instead, they shocked the heck out of me and let me dress them with no complaints- maybe there is wisdom in dressing children while they are too sleepy to argue? The world(or at least myself) may never know.
Instead we waited fully dressed, including shoes, thank you very much, while everyone else faffed about. It wasn’t a big deal- I’d rather wait on people then have people wait on me. People waiting on me make me all kinds of nervous and flustered, and flustered me takes ages to do anything.
That being said it’s hard to get my children to keep all of their clothes on for long while we are inside the house. They’re a little like that,” if you give a mouse a cookie story”.
If the kids are indoors for longer then 30 minutes they’re gonna want their shoes off. If they want their shoes off, they’re gonna want their socks off…you get the jest. If things don’t get moving soon, I thought, everyone else will finally be ready to go and my kids will be running around half nekid. (I do know to spell nakid by the way, kids are never nakid they’re nekid, but anyway)
It worked out well in the end, just as they were asking for shoes off everyone came out- and a very, very long car trip commenced. FYI the trip which supposed to rake 3 & 1/2 hours? That trip took 5 hours instead- yea good times, good times.