This morning was crazy. The girls are all a bit on the sick side. Not horribly sick, but a bit snotty along with a small cough. SO, this morning i was rushing to get everyone up and ready. As i was getting Sarah's hair fixed my sneaky middle daughter(because she IS technically my first born twin, which would make her my middle daughter) was having a pool party in the middle of my kitchen. As i came around the corner of the kitchen i knew something just wasn't right. She was standing there crying and soaking wet. Here is what i found:
Just in case you were wondering what my kitchen looked like(you can't tell because it's slate..but the entire kitchen was pretty much wet and i was very thankful for the fact that we have rough floor that aren't slippery and definitely NOT wood):
This is what my children do as soon as i accidentally forget to LOCK the fridge water button for TWO MINUTES down pat. I swear they sit there and wait for the second i forget to lock the fridge and turn my head. I WILL catch those little sneakers in the midst of un-organized water play sooner or later...and someone will be punished(and sit in time out for two whole minutes).
On the funny side of things..the sweet baby really was trying to help out. This is what i found as she ran to the table crying, as she was soo proud of herself for getting everyone a glass of water:
Wasn't my baby sweet? To get in trouble for making sure her and her sisters all had a nice big glass of water! :) And what was really funny...she didn't actually make that big of a mess getting the water out of the fridge since she is already such a pro. She got drenched as she walked all the way over to the table to put the water on top of the table all organized in a row. She makes me so proud! :)
On another note: please pray for Pauls grandfather. He has been moved over to a new nursing facility and has pneumonia. He just wasn't acting right yesterday and they took him over to the hospital for some x-rays. He is doing better this morning, thank goodness. We are all praying that he gets better and gets over his pneumonia quickly.