MDC is S-L-O-W today, and very irriitating...
I'm sorry I have been MIA the past few days, and I finally approved everyone for the msn group who hadn't been approved yet. We have all the regulars except casina and *solsticemama*, and I approved one member who we don't know yet- I'm sorry I forgot her name, she's the Frenchy Canadian...
I think the msn group should be used when we want to say something personal, or when MDC is down, or really slow, or whenever you feel like it. If you don't want to use it, you don't have to, this group should stay up and running forever and ever.
The laundry is piling up here, even though I've been doing some every day... I HATE laundry, and that's my job (DH's is unloading and loading the dishwasher). It's been raining and raining here the past few days (we get rain in the desert insetad of snow) so we have mud and dirt and yucky stuff tracked through our house from the dogs and kids... I hate sweeping and vaccuming too... :LOL I'm feeling down today for some reason, and the kids are really picking up on it 'cause they're whiney and agitated too. I'm going to head out to Curves, cook a nice chicken soup, and re-pot something to brighten my mood!
About TV: I let my kids watch it.
: Mostly they watch PBS (Caillou, Reading Rainbow, Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers, Thomas and Freinds) but I'll put Disney on ocassionally for Stanley, The Wiggles or Bear in the Big Blue House. Zachary has a thing for planes so he likes the Koala Brothers sometimes too. Mostly they watch videos over and over and OVER again. And I know it's not good to have it on as background noise, but they mostly play with the TV on in the background... They usually watch in the AM while I'm getting Crystal ready for school, and in the evening to wind down before bed. I think it's ok for them to have their favorite characters- they're changing all the time. I think *I* need to watch less TV, but I'm not worried about the kiddos just yet. I need to be a good influence on them!
And that gets me thinking about cussing... I admit that when I'm angy I have a potty mouth. Zachary is now saying "shub up!" every now and then. I'm worried he'll pick up something worse, so I am REALLY trying to say "nice words".
Talk to you later, ladies!