Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Poor Gampy

If you are at all familiar with the quirks of our eldest, this will keep you laughing for HOURS! She likes routine and does NOT like it to be messed with! Well, my dad came upstairs this morning while she was waiting for PBS to start their kids programming. Before the kids shows, there is a Christian lady who leads an aerobic class. My dad sat beside her. She kept her eyes glued to the t.v. and said, "Well she's almost done. If you keep sitting here she'll tell you what they did and why." But what made it SOOOO funny, was that she NEVER looked at him, had no inflection in her voice and was obviously irritated that he "messed" with her routine! Then tonight at dinner, my dad cooked for all of us (frozen lasagna) =). He also "made" breadsticks (pillsbury) =) and a salad (Kroger's bar) =). I was telling them what I do with crescent rolls for my husband and the girls. When the four year old says, "HEY! I have an idea! Mommy, why don't YOU cook next time. Gampy's isn't very good and yours is a lot better!!" I was rolling!!!!
Kids are awesome!!!
I know this will so embarrass my hubby (SORRY!!!) but I just have to list one benefit of missing him so much. I feel like we just met again and I feel SO in love with him! I want to tell everyone about him about how proud we are of him, how much I love him, how he takes such good care of us and how he is such a great husband and friend to me!!! I could just shout that all day!! I love him SOO much!
Hey! He got to propose to me in a VERY public way, so now I get to declare my love for him in my blog!!!!!


Trinka said...

awwwww ... how sweet is THAT! :)

I'm glad it's a case of "absence makes the heart grow fonder" and not "out of sight, out of mind". :)

Kristen & Cliff said...

NEVER out of mind!!! Yesterday as I was dying in my body sculpt class I did "forget" to miss him as I concentrated on surviving.....