Not a lot of comments lately but then again, my posts have been long and boring and not at all amusing.
We did some shopping today for school clothing and took both boys with us which was a bad idea.
We found some t's, button-ups, jeans and polos for the little one and he found some crazy sneakers called Reebok Zig.
He really didn't need much because I pick up things for the boys quite often.
The big one got some shirts and Converse sneakers and flip flops (he needs nothing, he bought a whole wardrobe at the onset of summer)
We had lunch at Olive Garden and stopped at a few other places before going home.
I did find some great t's at Target for all 3 guys, soft cotton with retro graphics, socks for my son and a couple tops for me.
My SIL is driving us nuts about Finn.
She came over with her kids and they were screechy and loud and Finny barked at them and now she is afraid he will eat them.
Her 9 year old was going to spend the night Sat. But she kept quizzing my husband, "where does the dog sleep?" (next to me, duh) "will he go after her son if he gets up to use the bathroom?" (the gate is up) "will he jump the gate?" and on and on till I finally said "never mind, he doesn't need to spend the night, he can come over another time"
We had planned a trip out of town either to see my family or to the lake but since my MIL takes the dogs and SIL is there with the kids, we are staying home. Finn doesn't travel well and I won't board him and if he stays here when we go, he will either be locked in his crate for 3 days at her house or mine.
Her kids are brats and she is so concerned with being nice to them and being their friend, they run over her and since I have been through all this with the big one, I want to tell her to man up but I won't.
I just spend very little time around them.
Her 3 year old goes to bed when he wants to and sleeps in her bed. He hits, screams and watches tv whenever he wants to.
At least mine didn't get bratty till high school......
I guess she will learn the hard way like we did.
I have a lot to do around here anyway and then school starts next week.