Today, the boys went to Mother's Day out. Yep, all three of them. All. Three. Of. Them.
I did not know what to do with myself but when I tried napping, the phone rang, the doorbell rang and I could not sleep for worry that I should be doing something else. How dumb.
Here are my children all ready to go in the car to their first day!
Matteo looks thrilled, does he not? Lol, yes, he does not. He loved discovering and playing in the new car last night when we got home, but, this morning, sitting in his carseat was apparently not too thrilling for him and he kept whining "carrrrrr...carrrrrr!" The twins loved it. I'm sure it's because they knew Matteo wasn't going to be smacking either one of them in the face. ;)
I wanted to share this cuteness with you. I bought messenger bags at Target for each of the twins to have for Mother's Day Out to serve as diaper bags. Massimo's is blue and Marco's is green. (Massimo is always blue and Marco is always green for these type of things.) I had them monogrammed with their names in the opposite color.
Matteo got a new Cars lunch box to go with his Car's backpack. And he also got a new nap mat that totally does not coordinate with Cars but it's adorable and he loves it and doesn't want to give it back when he gets his hands on it. Good luck to his teachers. ha.
In all seriousness, I know he will do good today, he did cry when I dropped him off but it's my understanding he calmed down shortly after that. It did not help that there was 4-5 other kids sobbing when they were dropped off too. I mean, really, what do we expect? It's the first day and it's a two year old class. Something would be wrong if there had not been crying. At least all the moms were great, dropped their kiddos and then they were outta there. No crying moms in the two year old class. We are used to this drill. There was a super cute mom dropping her daughter off at the twins class though. She said to me "This is my first time dropping my daughter anywhere :/" I reassured her and was thinking "I love dropping my kids places" Lol'ing. I'm kidding, people, I'm kidding. But not really kidding. It's great for the boys to go places. Right? Right.
So, now, it's pedicure time with Grammy and then off to run an errand or two, then time to pick up the boys. It's been good, friends, it's been good. Now only if I could learn to nap. What's wrong with me! I used to be a great napper!
Ok, so now it's later in the day and I have already picked up the kiddos. They did good, but there are a few things I need to address with the teachers, but they are things that should hopefully be easily remedied.
Here is how Matteo was when I picked him up. Ad-or-able.
Someone, tell me how to nap!