|Munchkins on Mother's Day|
So here's another one for ya.
Last Friday night after we ate at Moe's (welcome to Moooooe's!) we ran over to Home Depot to get my Mother's Day gift. Awh, isn't that sweet? What mom doesn't shop at Home Depot for Mother's Day? Well actually, we were going to get a spice rack for our pantry, and seriously, I wanted that for Mother's Day. Like, for real. I really need my spices organized. In a rack.
|It kind of looked like this, except in a cart, at Home Depot...|
and so, not really like this at all.
|The moment was kind of like a mashup of this and the last picture.|
(also don't try this stroller maneuver at home)
Greg and I both knew this was not completely normal behavior for our kids, but we did not try to excuse it like, "Oh, sometimes they fight!" or, "You should've seen them earlier. Just horrible!" We just laughed and smiled along with the guy and I might've said something like, "I just asked if they could give each other a hug and this is what they started doing..." and then as we were wheeling the still-hugging kids out of the store, Mia shouts, "BIBLLLLLE!" (bible) She does that because she knows it's one of the words Gabe can say, so if she's trying to coax Gabe into talking, she'll say, "bible!" or "Da-da!" to see if he'll respond. That "bible" shout was like the cherry on top for this Home Depot employee. I think he might have gone to Nirvana after that; our kids just lifted his soul so much.
And so that was how my squirrelly, rambunctious and crazy-fast growing kids made the night of an employee at Home Depot.