4 Responses to “Holiday Hangover”

  1. Kristen January 4, 2009 at 9:10 PM #

    Our 6 year old niece stayed over last night and went to church with us today (followed by bowling) and I was ready for her to go home at 2:30am when her constant thrashing around in bed (she insisted on sleeping with us) kept me from my beauty sleep. Which I desperately need.

  2. Karin January 5, 2009 at 8:02 PM #

    This reminds me a bit of my nephew my mom watches for my sister. He is definitely ready to get back to school tomorrow. I was always ready to get back after breaks because I started running out of things to do and would be listless. I was actually like that last Thursday when I didn’t have work. lol

  3. Penny January 6, 2009 at 8:00 PM #

    HeeHee, that pose looks familiar.
    I can’t wait to be back into a regular routine again.

  4. catie January 8, 2009 at 7:51 PM #

    Hehe, reminds me of when my 3 year old niece and six year old nephew visited back in August. Besides not getting anything done the entire week they were here, I didn’t get nearly enough sleep either! Not with Thing2 (that would be the three year old) popping into my room and saying: “Caff-ee! Wha’ you *do*-ing? Why you *seep*-ing? Da sun’s still *up*. My mommy doesn’t seep wen da sun’s up. C’mon Caffee! Let’s *go*!” every time I tried to catch a few winks. They re-invade this March and I can’t wait! :glee:

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    "Let me reiterate the point about knowing where the exits/fire stairs are. If there is smoke in the..."
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    "Great advice. I’ll be there with business cards, and I’m excited to meet people I know from..."
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