Tuesday, September 3, 2013

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Me: "How was your day, Mags?" 
(Insert 30 minutes of non-stop talking about every single detail 
covering every single minute of her seven hour day.)
Me: "That sounds excellent. How about you Tuck? How was your day?"
Tuck: "Great." 
Me: "No other details about your day? Just, "Great?"
Tuck: "Recess was great."













12 comments:

  1. After days of waking them from the dead to go to school in the "wee hours of the morning," your kids actually start waking on their own before you do.

    Fine. That hasn't happened yet this year. But it usually does. Eventually. :)

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    1. MINE WILL NEVER WAKE UP AFTER ME. EVER! I DON'T BELIEVE YOU! 6:15 IS GOING TO BE MY WAKE-UP CALL FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE!

      Dramatic much, Mel? Yes.

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  2. They expect Circle time, even when you're on Labor Day weekend Vacation. ;)

    The boys have adjusted better than I expected...hoping it stays that way.

    Wishing Tuck and Mags a really great school year.

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    1. You guys, too! Enjoy.

      Criss cross, Applesauce.

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  3. Haha! My kids have six days to go and counting. (I'm the one counting. They're getting restless and I'm ready!)
    Happy Birthday Mel! xoxo

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    1. Thanks so much! Hang in there. Almost here!! :)

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  4. So which do you prefer - the absence of detail, or every last little detail?

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  5. I think it's a boy thing. Tuck sounds like my older brother. Any time he was asked how school was his answer was always a very sarcastic, "School-ey". Of course he was a brooding teenager at this point.

    Stephanie @smtimmons

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  6. Even to this day whenever I ask Ryan what he did in school that day I get the same answer...art. Even Autistic boys give you one word answers.

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