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Parenting Success.....


So last night after showers and getting pajamas on I needed a little quiet time. I was sitting in my rocking chair in my room enjoying the silence for a brief moment. The kids had all gone downstairs and I was just zoning out for a quick minute when I heard the oh so familiar "MOM!" So I responded back my usual "I'll be right there!" Figuring I was going to come into yet another disaster area I was pleasantly surprised to see this




and this.....
and this....
oh and this....
and although Dalton wasn't reading (he had enough of that with his homework) he was quietly playing on the couch with his transformers.

Kinda made my day! I guess I am not doing such a bad job after all.

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Comments

Anonymous said…
Awww!! Seeing my son reading his books is one of the BEST feelings! His sense of calm. He does it a lot. It is awesome!! :)
Mama Kat said…
There is just something totally adorable about kids focused on books like that. I love it!
My kids were doing the same thing 2 nights ago. I wish it would happen every night!
Are you close to your 1000 visitors this month, I am sure you will make it!!!
Toni
awe! that is the best! you go girl!
Tammy said…
Love Kids. I can tell when my youngest had had enough she will start picking at things and sighing. LOL So cute the signs she give me now that she is a big ole 7.

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