We started our day with rice and sausage (soy sauce) and clearly there wasn't enough sausage in it. Of course we had to have seconds because who can eat just one heaping bowl of rice and sausage?
We decided to spend our time watching the squeaquel (aka Chipmunks 2) and writing our alphabet letters in her new book, I got the purple pen (my favorite!!). I thought it was the beginning of an earthquake, then Hannah's stomach quit growling, I waited a bit then felt it safe to climb out from under the table. She likes Nori (dried seaweed sheets, yum, tastes like it sounds). 9 glasses of OJ later I found myself in the fridge looking for the other container of OJ in an attempt to sate her unquenchable thirst.
We...er, I mean she, played Barbie's, drove them around in their car, and partied by the pool where they danced and sang all night long. Since we were on a roll we stopped off at Lego land and destroyed the boy's room, put the Lego girl's hair on boys and vice versa (I don't know where she gets it), but we giggled and had fun anyway.
There I was watching iCarly, minding my own business might I add, when all of a sudden I got blasted in the head from behind. I was in shock, utterly speechless, somebody had to pay for this egregious act of violence...so I grabbed my own pillow and we had a pillow fight for the ages, the earth shook and teeth were rattled, a hole was rent in the fabric of time and I took that 4 year old to task, stories will be told of the legendary battle. Luckily we made a truce for lunch with fish sticks and chicken nuggets, more OJ, and a bit of shennanigans thrown in.
Medicine was a snap and right on time. We were just about to start another round of who knows what (also one of my favorites) when a crazy walked right through the front door, I was about to launch an offensive when Hannah walked calmly up to her Mom and gave her a hug. I didn't realize the time had flown by and the day was gone. We came, we saw, & we conquered. Sleep well Hannah, I had fun.