We brought our older girls and 2 of our boys with us(it’s a four day weekend-happy new year to people of the Jewish faith!). Today we’ve got hiking, and swimming plans! Ttyl
School just started for the kids so it’s been kinda hectic. We needed all the supplies from special pens to new fall jackets. But now I’m back!!!
Me: Do you want some ice cream?
Me: Want to play some mario?
Quinn: NOOOOOO!!!!!!! *more crying*
Me: Well I don’t read minds. You need to tell me what you want!
Quinn: I just want a hug!
Me: Well sweets those come free! Come here!
Quinn: *smiles*” —
Audio-Quinn(grand-nephew) & Me
*Is it just me or are the kids in my house really overly-loving today?
Welcome to the craziness that is my family-based blog! I’m Julie, but you can call me Snyder!
It really is the sweetest thing in the world.
Ex: Jude & Rocket
J: Rocco! That’s so awesome! You did a cartwheel!
R: You teached me it! I love you! *hug*
J: It’s all you bud! *kiss &hug*
Lyric: It was treacherous. I want to change schools.
Me: What made it so bad?
Lyric: The kids inside are extremely narcissistic, and don’t understand anything I say.
Me: Well everyone isn’t as smart as you.
Lyric: That sucks mom.” —Lyric(age 7) commenting on his new 3rd grade class.
I can’t wait!
Lyric: Are you dying?
Poet: No the TV won’t turn on!
Dani: So no one’s helping you.” —Poet(6), Lyric(7), Dani(niece-11)
So I’m helping my daughter Zephyr, with her summer assignment and it says: “find the thesis statement in this chapter.” So I ask her:
“Do you know what a thesis is?”
Before she could answer my son Lyric interrupts and says:
“Oooh I do! It’s when the conductor in the orchestra does a downward stroke meaning that they should play quieter.” Then he smiled.
I know it wasn’t the right type of “thesis”, but he still was correct and for that I give him props. :)
Hi! Snyder here! How goes it?