I would like to start off by saying that this is my 100th post. Wohoo!
So I just realized (even though it is now 3pm) that Jayci and I are wearing nearly identical shirts. This is disconcerting for 2 reasons.
1 - I own a shirt that matches my four month old daughter's
2 - Before you know it we are going to be that family that wears full on matching outfits to church. And I'm going to sew them. Once, you know, I learn how to sew more than semi-straight lines.
So this weekend was busy (what else is new?) but fantastic. We started off with a big milestone: Jayci's first sleepover at her grandparents house. Apparently she actually slept, which I find hard to believe since she is clearly training her body to exist on just minutes of sleep every day.
It was a nice break for Adam and I, we started off by going out for dinner at Sugo in Roswell (for which we had a gift certificate courtesy of our award-winning white chili). I tell you what, it was some of the best service and most delicious food I have ever tasted. And then, because we are wild and crazy, we went over to my parent's house (they were out of town -- party!) and had my sister make us some delicious coconut brownies (I mean seriously good). We watched "The Express" (the Ernie Davis story), which I loved because, as I may have mentioned, I am a sucker for inspirational sports movies. And then we went home and went to sleep. For 8 hours straight. Praise Jesus.
Saturday we went downtown for visitation, went to church for some sweet worship and then Adam had to be a judge for his school's "What-a-Man" competition. It turns out this is basically a male beauty pageant involving pick-up-lines, dance moves, and some seriously hilarious high schoolers. I was laughing so hard I may have scared Jayci.
Sunday was, of course, Metro Kidz. And then we took a bunch of our kiddos to Moe's for lunch. They love to yell "Welcome to Moe's" whenever they see us now. And then we watched the Super-bowl at a friends house while Jayci stayed awake really late in amazing feats of strength. I seriously was not kidding when I said she is training herself not to need any sleep. None!
Unfortunately, all the excitement made it impossible for Adam and I to stay awake and watch The Office. Hallelujah for modern technology (aka DVR). Oh and I do have somewhat of a dilemma tonight because our DVR does not allow us to record more than 2 shows at once (and you have to watch one of the 2 shows you record)And since House, Chuck and the Bachelor are all on tonight, I'm a little conflicted and may have a nervous breakdown trying to decide what to do.
In other news, it is now 3:45pm and Jayci STILL has not taken a nap today. And yes, this insightful post took me 45 minutes to write. In my defense, it has all been typed with one hand.
Oh and I think her hair may be starting to calm down. . . . or not.