Little dirty feet always seem to be wet, thereby leaving little dirty footprints/smudges on every inch of tile floor.
Coffee really does taste the best on Sunday mornings when it can be drunk slowly (with no three-year-olds around!).
It is possible to do four things at once: boil potatoes for salad (and beets for lunch), run a load of laundry, water the backyard, and vacuum.
If you feed them, they will come. (In this case, the birds; but I’m sure it applies to other areas as well.) ;)
Tuna salad is good for breakfast.
Three-year-olds are easy to please when it comes to buying birthday presents. (I asked my granddaughter what she wanted for her birthday next Saturday. She said, “avocado.” I asked her how many and she said, “two.” Then I asked her how old she was going to be and she said, “July.” )
When my daughter was young, she jabbered ALL THE TIME!! (She even got a sweatshirt for Christmas one year that said, “Help! I’m talking and I can’t shut up.”) Granddaughter is turning out to be exactly like her mother. ;)
The little 3 ounce single serve cups of ice cream that you can buy by the dozen from the supermarket are really, really good!
Naps are wonderful.
Trying to get motivated and accomplish anything after a nap of more than an hour is next to impossible.