I don’t usually participate in these things, but this week, I could pass it up.
“Monday Mumbers” inspired by Kia @ Good Enough Mama (which she is, by the way)
Yesterday was Madisons birthday…and with that in mind, I will continue with no further delays.
11 (plus1) – the number of girls I treated to McDonalds for lunch, for some ones birthday.
2 – the number of boys that accompanied us (guess who!).
35 – the number of money I forked over for said lunch. (I always knew girls were expensive).
½ – the number of things each girl ate…
12 – the number of mouths that were talking (and didn’t eat, and as a result, threw away ½ of their food).
0 – the number of conversations I actually understood while listening.
53 – the number of times I reminded them to “Hurry and eat” so we can get out of here continue on…
258,012,3 – the number of times I felt as if I was going crazy. Because 12 girls. Wow.
258,012,3 – the number of times I questioned my sanity, and the number of times I reminded myself that it was only for ½ hour until the rides arrived and shuttled the girls to their next stop.
13,453 – the number of stares we received.
2 – the number of stops we made after throwing eating the $35 lunch.
503 – the number of times I warned my kids not to eat cake that fast.
506 – the number of times I told Madi and Dylan they could have one piece of cake.
3 – the number of pieces of cake I witnessed that each one of them ate.
4 – the number they most likely had.
500,033,231,123 – the number of presents Madi received for her birthday.
2 – the number that will most likely get looked at next week.
500,003,231,121 – the number of presents that will be tossed into the already packed full, room.
4 – the amount of bags that were hauled to the truck after the party was over.
Buckets – the amount of tears that were shed when I said it was time to go.
9:30 – the number it was when we left.
3 – the number of kids that were TOTALLY JACKED UP on sugar when I took them home.
12:02 – the number it was when the kids were in bed (not sleeping, but in bed).
3 – the hours of sleep I actually got.
2 – the number of kids who got sick in the night.
364 – the number of days I have to think about things, until we repeat this…again.