|My Evening Artwork Last Night|
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
So, lately my oldest has been more of a Daddy's girl then usual. She draws me pictures and just acts more loving then usual. I think she misses me since I have been working extra long hours and haven't been able to spend much time with her. Christmas is here though and time for our annual shopping trip for Mommy so we should get some good bonding time together. In celebration, here's some of Picasso's Art.
Posted by SDADD at 6:39 AM
Friday, November 11, 2011
Yesterday my wife had to pickup Random Girl from school early to take her to get a tire changed on the minivan. She wouldn't be home in time for the bus so it was a necessary evil. On the way to the tire store, Random Girl asked Mom what "bitch" meant. What, WHAT? Now, we refrain as much as possible from using foul language in front of our children. The occasional explicative may escape, but usually on the milder side. So, the conversation began that it was a female dog, but that some people use it as a derogatory word to describe people and that it was not nice and should never be used. Apparently it's the favorite word of one of the little boys in the class. The same little boy that spends his days in time out and ISST. What a person I want rubbing off on my child. So, the word was explained and she was cool with the not using it part. She just needed to know. What to do? Should I talk to the teacher about the words this little boy is using or not? Will it matter? Oh, what a day to be a dad.
Posted by SDADD at 4:27 AM
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Daddy's little girl. Last Christmas Super Dad had a great idea to by his daughter her own tools. Just food for thought guys, not such a great idea for the long haul. We had fun building her first tool box, she did really well. It started her on a grand building adventure. She built herself a stage outside and she has tried to help Daddy with everything. This is such a great feeling to have her want to be involved in what I am doing. The bad part is that we use her tools in the house. When we need to find a screw driver and one is not instantly available, we grab hers. That means that we aren't exactly sure where all her tools are. Yes, I know, bad parents. Christmas is right around the corner this year and I am already planning on buying her a couple more kids build kits from Lowe's. Hopefully we'll find all her tools before we want to put them together.
Posted by SDADD at 5:09 PM
Saturday, November 5, 2011
My oldest has always been different. She says the strangest things at the strangest times, often seriously, always funny. So, it was an amazing discovery to find out that she was an organizing freak of nature. She came home the other day from 1st grade to proudly announce she had organized her cubby at school. She went on to explain her methods and how everything had it's exact place. She has done the same thing to her books in her room. We just recently moved her into her own room. It's immaculate. It's at least as immaculate as a 6 year old can keep her room. It drives her nuts when her sisters go in there and disorganize her stuff. Everything has it's own place, and it needs to stay there! I have to say that I love it. Takes after her old man after all.
Posted by SDADD at 5:57 AM