Mommy M.I.A. Day 4

Church went well this morning. Shockingly, we arrived early to worship. Several women were amazed that I was able to keep the children by myself all weekend. “Yes,” I said, “they still have all their fingers and toes.” Barely. I impressed several people by putting a little bow in Abby Kate’s hair, too. The kids did well in worship and class. After yet another meal of chicken nuggets, the kids went down for their afternoon naps without event.

At approximately 1600 hours, Operation Outnumber Daddy came to an official end as Mommy arrived home safe and sound from a refreshing weekend at the beach. Let the record reflect that she walked into a quiet, napping house.

Needless to say, there was much rejoicing! Joshua & Abby Kate were very happy to see their Mommy. And I guess Daddy was happy to see her, too! I’m anxious for her to read my Mommy M.I.A. posts. Maybe she’ll see how much she’s loved.

Mommy’s home!!!!

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4 Responses to Mommy M.I.A. Day 4

  1. Jamey says:

    How impressive that you planned it perfectly for the house to be calm and quiet for Sunny’s homecoming. Kudos to you Jason.

  2. Jason says:

    Yeah, it worked out perfectly.

  3. Amy says:

    I know these posts are a couple years old, but Sunny and I were discussing the upcoming beach retreat for this september and she mentioned your Mommy M.I.A. posts and I just had to read. Funny stuff!! Just think, this year you’ll have 3 to take care of. 🙂

  4. Jason says:

    I’ve already been outnumbered 2-to-1; how bad can 3-to-1 be? Right?!?

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