Rosy also participates in the exercise regimen. To tell the truth, her pushups are actually a little better than mine. I'm working on it, but those things are tough. I'm guessing it is even harder for her because her head is like a quarter of her body weight. Just getting that melon off the ground probably works every muscle in her core.
I would even do it without the brownies, she is that cute.
When I put their hair in those two little pigtail nubs that stick out kind of like horns, it is even worse. It is like I expect them to do naughty things and when they do it doesn't stress me out as badly and sort of just becomes cute. What? You just flushed your toothbrush down the toilet? Isn't that just the cutest ever!
So basically for the sake of my sanity during these long days stuck inside this small apartment, I'm making an effort to spend the extra 10 minutes and get everyone ready. Once I get the hang of that I'm planning on trying to look half-decent myself and we'll see if I can get away with more trouble too.
Speaking of quality parenting...Rocky and I have been reading my favorite kids book, Matilda. I'm sure everyone knows that my favorite chapter is the one where Bruce Bogtrotter is forced to eat an entire chocolate cake. In the spirit of literacy we put aside our healthy eating strategy and made our own cakes. To be fair, they were low-fat...well they were until we covered them with chocolate chips anyway.
Rocky: You are a Cheese.
Daisy: I not cheese, I quesadilla.
Both girls burst into uncontrollable laughter.
For the moment I feel like Rosy is still on my side, but it is only a matter of time until the kids completely take over.
I know...she is just so adorable.
Bonus Video: Nothing interesting happens but it shows the sweetness of this little girl.