Drew has an online math class, and it requires him to print off, scan (or take a good quality picture of) and then submit his homework that way. It seems like a lot of extra work for an online class - surely there should be an easier way to do it.
J is crazy about climbing up the back of our couch. He's also figured out how to open the screen on our window. Since we live on the second story, we decided to invest in a lock to hopefully keep the screen closed so he can't fall out.
After all the rain, it was a bit chilly today (It wasn't supposed to get much warmer than the mid 50's) We desperately needed to get out of the house and enjoy some sunshine, so we went to the park and enjoyed running about for a whileou
I hate to be boring with all the pricing items pictures, but they are the only ones taken recently apparently. This tells us that it's a better price to buy Drew soap at the dollar store than at Broulim's
We took another trip to the dollar store today to do some more pricing. This time of soaps. I was excited to see that they sell some soap I'll try out, as well as Drew's soap of choice. We still need to go price how much it is at the other stores, but I'm hopeful that this will end out being the cheapest.
J took us on a walk up to campus, and specifically the snow building (of course. It's the only building he'll take us to by choice :) ) We happened to go to the bathroom, and I noticed this on the wall. I don't remember seeing them before. Seems like an odd thing to keep in a bathroom on campus.
I've been told that getting paper stuffs at the Dollar store can actually save more money, even though you have to buy more of it. I decided to do some checking out and comparing prices. I spent most of naptime compiling this list to compare it all.
We recently got J a R2-D2 hat, and he's re-found his Spider Man boots. They are all he's wanted to wear when we leave the house. Not having a really good reason not to let him, he's gotten to wear them to his heart's desire. He's quite excited about both of them :)