The lighting in the pictures is terrible, but here's proof we were there. Our plan after the parade was to go shop and eat at Costco. Once we realized that they closed at 7 instead of the usual 8:30, JD dropped me off at Arbys to order a simple dinner while he and the van full of kids ran and picked up Alyssa's friend that was coming over. I was literally the only one in Arbys. I scanned the dollar menu and walked up and ordered 11 roast beef sandwiches, 10 fries and one large onion rings. The man asked me if I said 11? I said yes. The lady behind him leaned over and asked, "did she say 11?" He answered yes. He then asked me, "is that for here or to go?" I answered, "here". I found it entertaining when they handed me two mounding trays and stared at me. I took a few tables around the corner by the door where they cold and hungry children were going to enter and I have no idea if the workers ever knew anyone else ever came in.
Other than Christmas fun, the girls and I have been doing a lot of laundry and hair. We had a extensive Duggar-watching-laundry-folding session the other night.
|You know it's bad when you run out of laundry baskets and start piling clothes in boxes!
Selah was excited about Christmas beads and worked to string them.
Bella prefers crying. She was already crying here and I had not touched her head yet.
She was a happy girl when she was done though.