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That darn Youtube

Ever wonder what type of day a family across the country is having? Or a week? Here is some of the conversations me and my girls has this week! Can you relate to any of these, what was the topic of your conversation this week?
  1. What does the fox say?
  2. Did you wipe your butt?
  3. Do you want more tortillas?
  4. Help me wash the dishes
  5. Say "Mommy"
  6. Let's do some YOGA!
  7. Want to go to visit Great-Grandpa?
  8. Turn on the TV and put a movie
 This week has been CRAY-CRAY!  Annaleah loves that darn Youtube video of Yilvis. What do you think?

Moving on... we are also at the very beginning stages of potty training Annleah. We are slowly starting EC but she's already telling us when she goes number 2, flushing it and saying that she needs to wipes when she's done. And she's getting a hang of it!

We are Hispanic and live in deep south Texas and we have tortillas at least once a week. Whether it's corn or flour, we are a staple in our household.

Chores! It's a big thing in our home. Yvette, our 9 year old was use to doing her chores, but now she's starting to be a bit argumentative. However, our 4 year old, Eliada, will take her place and help me do almost anything when I ask her. So, this week she was helping me wash the utensils.

Yup... no "Mommy" yet. It's so sad. She's a pro at "Daddy." but no Mommy yet.

Do you do yoga? Well, Yvette is doing the Get Fit with "H-E-Buddy and Bruce Bowen" and does 60 minutes of activity a day. Since she does at least 30 in school, we are doing 30 minutes at home. It has been a blast because it gets Mami off her butt too! So after school we have been going to the park or doing yoga or playing outside while mom hangs up the laundry.

Yup... my girls have both my mom's parents and dad's parents. They are so lucky. We go visit at least once a week and they love to see them. But when the girls are sick we don't visit as often. Do your kids have their grandparents? They are such a blessing.

We have a Netflix and a media computer connected to our TV. The girls know how to turn on the TV, sound system and computer, open a window and play a movie from Netflix. WOW!


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