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Boring November Happenings

 

We went to Ikea and got way more than we were planning. Since we were across from MOA we had Theo get Meadow's Christmas gift.

We finally got frames for the Tuska family Hungarian Sausage recipe.

It's big pancake day.

Earlier this week, Theo came over and whispered to me that he wanted a friend to come over to play. I wrote a note for his mom and asked Theo to give it to him. A few days later and we were having him over. We told Theo that we had to clean up when we have guests over. He put up a fight but eventually vacuumed the living room. 

Covid set Theo back a little socially so it makes my heart so happy to see that he's making friends at school. A year ago he was still afraid to go to a playground if other kids were there.

Theo also believes that since he was born in the winter he doesn't need to wear a coat or shoes outside. 

We finally got new house numbers and debated where they should go for a good while.
 
We ordered from Etsy. Took about a month, but well worth it.

Our house is really coming together. 

For dinner we had Theo's favorite meal that for some reason Brooke now hates. I either make a meal the kids hate or one Brooke is, "So, over!"

At least I made this kids night.

Then we had some night time entertainment. 

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