I got Jack some animal crackers again to help with potty training. Yesterday, he was back to going on his own, so I made a big hoopla about it and gave him the crackers every time he went. He just walked into the kitchen and saw the box sitting on the range. It seems his thoughts went like this; "I want some animal crackers. I'm going to go potty." I say that because that's pretty much what he said. Guess I shouldn't complain.
It was so nice to be able to work today, even if the building was warm. It always amuses me when the kids ask if I'm pregnant, then seem surprised that I'm working. Apparently, in some cultures, pregnancy is seen as some type of infirmity preventing you from many, many activities. Today I was asked if I should be in the hospital. I've had students tell others that they shouldn't get me mad. Funny what misunderstandings are out there.
After work, I picked up the kids and we went to the mall. Mom had gotten Margaret some sleepers that I wasn't sure would fit, so I went and exchanged them. So long as we were there, we checked out some other things. Leesha found a onesie that says something like; "Who needs a superhero, I've got my dad." Margaret now has one in a 12mo size. Jack didn't mind being wheeled around in his stroller, and Leesha was also very pleasant by not asking for things, but commenting that this or that was cute. It's always nice to do some "bumming" like that.
Mom was so impressed with Jack this morning when he started singing "Jesus Loves Me" while she was making him breakfast.
Yesterday, on our way out the door to church, Jeffry asked if I had some water for him. Jack proceeded to go find his H2Oh! and take it to dad.