The littlest guy is teeth obsessed, he wants to continuously all-day-long brush his teeth, which really means he wants to stick his tooth brush under running water and suck on the wet brush. So there is lots of time spent in the bathroom right now.
In other news, on Father's Day, which began initially as a really nice low-key day turned, Todd was taking Claire to a walk-in clinic because we decided that the pain she had in her ear was legit (sometimes she exaggerates) and backing out of the driveway he ran in Oldest Son's jeep. Fortunately the jeep wasn't injured, the car hit the monster tire, but our little car was. The back light, panel and bumper were damaged. Big Drag. Car is currently in shop getting beautified. It's amazing how weird it feels not to have wheels. I'm a homebody, but I always have the option of taking off somewhere. I'm seriously thinking that a walk down to Giant Tiger to pick up milk(there isn't many interesting places in our neck of the woods to walk to) just to get out.
Tomorrow is Claire's last day of second grade, and then she'll be off for the summer! Looking forward to lots of fun with her. We have the summer list (like lots of families!) stuck on the fridge waiting to be checked off. On Thursday Claire and I will be going to Stratford to see Camelot (while my mom watches
Declan). Will continue to look for the Bieb while there.
Also on the weekend we attended this, http://www.wienerfest.ca/ which is a "festival for dachshunds", with my Second Oldest Son and his girlfriend. The kids enjoyed it. People are really into their dachshunds there. Really into them. I have to say, that I do have a new appreciation for their breed. I generally am drawn to big dogs. The little dachshunds we witnessed even in very large groups are a peaceable bunch! Very little snarly interaction at all.
My Oldest Son has been staying with us until he moves into his very own first home. Today is his closing. I can't believe my baby (he is a 6 foot giant baby) but my baby none the less has bought a home. Can't wait for the tour tonight (I saw it when it was up for consideration a couple of months ago).
Lots going on.