Jon, Elias, Noah, and I met Jon’s friend Greg and Greg’s fiancee, Julia, for lunch today where Elias decided that he should not have to feed himself but rather be fed by Jon, who probably would have much preferred to be feeding himself.
We grabbed supper at O’Charley’s where Noah and Elias split a mini corn dog meal. Ceili Fey got the corn dog meal also, which she polished off. After that she had a few bites of mine and then as we were getting ready to leave announced that she was still hungry. She swore that she ate lunch but she was just ravenous! Once we got home I gave her some peanut butter crackers before bed.
Finally, they are all in bed. Although, we should be getting Noah up shortly to give him his supergruel and then back to bed.
Jon told me to just go ahead and stay home because of the impending snow today. It’s really coming down, too!
He picked the boys and I up and we went to Red Robin for lunch where little Noah proceeded to gut himself with grilled chicken, fries, onion rings and some apple. It still amazes me to watch Noah eat. Now that he has begun to eat regular food, it’s almost as though he can’t get enough. He wants to try everything now.
For whatever reason, our schools did not close early even though others in the county did. Even our county administrative offices were told to close early today. In any event, Ceili Fey is home now. She played outside for awhile until she got too cold and came inside.
I forgot to bring the play yard to the office today. I attempted to make a little place on the floor for Noah in the hopes that he might take a nap. I put a baby gate across the doorway and set about my day. All it did was really tick him off to the point where he crawled his little butt clear over to the doorway, climbed up the gate, and stood there, yelling and crying. It was the first time he has done anything like that!
Fortunately, Jon stopped off at Target and purchased a Pack and Play that we set up instead.
So first I caught Elias taking a wipe from the package and wiping Noah’s face ever-so-gently. Shortly after that, I looked up from the desk just in time to see Elias standing, scratching his bare bum. Then the chase began to get him into a diaper!
Ceili Fey is selling Girl Scout Cookies! Yay! I didn’t realize that Daisy Scouts sold them – they didn’t last year.