Today was like two days.

Today I…

-Got up when the 6a.m. alarm went off…ugh.
-Reese woke up, sat her in the boppy pillow, got in the shower.
-Got myself ready, Tristan dressed Reese, thanks Tris!
-Ate breakfast, fed Reese, took Ruby out.
-Left the house, drove off with my coffee sitting on top of the car.
-Took Reese to daycare, took Karlie to daycare, went to work.
-Worked until 2.
-Took Reese to the doctor, she has excema.
-Brought Reese home so she could eat.
-Went to the mall to get Tim a birthday present.
-Went home to let Ruby out.
-Met Tim for dinner at the mexican restaurant.
-Came home, fed Reese, bathed her, put her to bed.
-Tris and Karlie got in the bath. Tim bathed them.
-Got their things/clothes ready for tomorrow.
-Out of the bath, brushed their hair, did homework.
-Reese got up, still hungry, fed her again.
-Sat down for 2 seconds.
-Went to Wal-mart.
-Put all the Wal-mart stuff away.
-Sat down at 10:35pm.
-Goodnight.

Just so it’s clear.

Mine and Karlie’s conversation today on the way home from daycare/work:

“I call baby’s cutie pie’s because they are so cute. Cutie pie means they are cute. I will call Reese cutie pie because she is so cute. Okaaayy? Ok Emily?

“Ok.”

“Cutie pie means cute. I am going to call Reese cutie pie because she is so cute, but you don’t have to call her cutie pie because I am going to call her cutie pie. Ok Emily? OK? I am going to call her cutie pie. Okaaayyy?

“Ok.”

I am going to call Reese cutie pie. You can just call her Reese. I am going to call Reese cutie pie because she is so cute. Cutie pie is what you call baby’s because baby’s are so cute. So I will call Reese cutie pie because she is cute, but you can just call her Reese. Okaayy??

“Ok.”

Cutie pie means cute. I’m going to call Reese cutie pie but you don’t have to. Baby’s are cutie pie’s.”

Then she abruptly changes the subject and says:

“If I lick my lollipop and then you take a lick of my lollipop, you will talk just like me. For real. I am serious Emily”