Thursday, November 13, 2008

A Lopsided Day.

Today was nothing out of the ordinary for us, it just felt off to me. Ms. T was here helping and I love the days when she comes early enough to keep "Mary Kate and Ashley" while I run the Munchkin to school, it's the little things these days, trust me. On the way to the carpool line, I couldn't help but think of how lopsided the back seat felt without my other 2 girls back there. It was nice to chat with the Munchkin, but it just seemed weird. I got back home and loaded the twins up to take them to their first ever story time, (not ready for that by the way!) While on the way to the library, the backseat lopsided-ness had then shifted and it seemed weird that the Munchkin wasn't there to amuse her sisters. It seemed weird to be heading off to a story time without her.

I met some friends for lunch and ordered #24 like I always do, only the Munchkin wasn't there to eat the quesadilla, and half of my beans and rice. Weird, again. This was not the first time that I had been with one and not the other, or none at all, today it just seemed like I could feel the tilt in the car not having them all there.

I left from lunch to get my girl, the teacher loaded her in her seat and as I was driving away I couldn't help but smile. Finally, complete.


random_mommy said...

AWWW!! I know how you feel, I get the same way sometimes. Then he screams and I wonder how much longer till school.


Anonymous said...

This kind of thing kind of sneaks up on you and takes you by surprise. Doesn't it make you feel good, though? What did we ever do before the kids...I can't even remember.