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[Mar. 17th, 2008|11:25 pm]
Verminius Rex
It still amazes me that Pari fights going to bed so much, but when Kiyan gets tired he'll tuck himself in without a fuss most of the time. You just notice he hasn't made much noise recently and is nowhere in sight, so doing a quick bed check find him fast asleep, and pretty much on time. Only occasionally do we have to actively tuck him in, usually on a school night.

Marz should be arriving within the next couple of hours, no clue when unless she decides to call. Until then, I'm catching up with laundry and dishes while watching documentaries about the distillation of alcoholic beverages that I don't consume.

And I finished my first loaf in about a month, spelt bread. I've been doing so many bagels that regular bread had been pushed aside. It's nice to form a boule occasionally. I should see about making some smaller loaves for the market, see how they sell alongside the bagels.
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[User Picture]From: _mac_
2008-03-18 06:45 pm (UTC)

My father always told me that raising boys is easier than raising girls (he raised four girls and two boys) and I'm starting to believe that as well. James goes to bed without much fuss and I feel sorry for him because when its time for Ada to go to bed, in the same room but about two hours later, she always wakes him up with her screaming and fit throwing. He always looks up and gives her a grimace and then goes back to sleep.
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