Sunday marked the beginning of our Sunday School programs at church. This is CeCe's first year in Sunday school, but she had no issues. I took her to her room, signed her in, the teacher came over and said, "Hi CeCe! Do you want to come play with some play dough?" She was gone and never looked back. When I got there to pick her up, she saw me and came running across the room with a big smile on her face. "Hi Daddy!" "Did you have a good time?" I asked her. "Yup!" That was easy. Ginny is still our shiest and most nervous in new situations. She was pretty tentative when I dropped her off, but she didn't cry, so that was good. Jorja was fine.
Our church has two services, and Sunday School runs during the first service. Julie was playing piano this week, which meant she had to stay and play for both services. After the girls and I were done, it was only 10:30. We needed a few things at Costco, so I thought I'd head out there. Alone with three kids on a weekend - I thought I may be taking my life into my own hands. There is never a time when our Costco is not a zoo, but weekends are even worse. When I got there, the parking lot confirmed my fear. It was busy already. But I was already there, so we ventured in. It was busy, but the girls got to have a couple of samples, so they were happy. And pretty much all the tills were open, so even that didn't take too long.
Now that CeCe is cutting out napping, it is cutting into Julie's and my Sunday afternoon nap. By cutting into it, I mean eliminating it. However, when you are a father of three girls, you just know certain things, like the release dates of the latest Barbie movie on DVD. There just so happened to be one this week. 'Barbie: The Princess and the Pop Star' in case anyone is dying to see it. Anyway, back to the point of this whole Barbie movie story. While in Costco, I got to thinking, 'what is the cost of an afternoon nap?' It turns out that it's $13.49. Yes, we own the new Barbie movie, but more importantly, Julie and I had an uninterrupted hour and sixteen minutes. Too bad the next one doesn't come out until the spring.
After work today on the way home from the sitter, I had to stop behind a car. I guess there's not usually much traffic between here and the sitter's (it is only a few blocks) because this was somewhat of an abnormality. Ginny looked ahead and said, "Dad, don't bump that car." I was already stopped, and I wasn't that close to it. I wasn't going to bump the car, and I told her that. Then she said, "Yeah, but remember that time when you DID bump a car?" Yes Ginny, I remember. Thanks for bringing it up. Later.