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[Comments] (4) Sand for One: I went to the beach on Saturday. It was a little lonely, but nonetheless relaxing listening to the waves and read with a nice ocean breeze. I got toasted on my shoulders, but nowhere else. They must really be sun adverse.

I got put in the Nursery for the duration of my California time. They have 54 nursery kids in the Ladera ward, so they have four nurseries. I am in the youngest one (so as not to be with Tyler and have him traumatized when I leave in a month). We had an 18-month old there for the first time who cried the whole time except when she had fun wiping grape juice all over my pants. Then another boy got his fingers stuck in the door, and cried for a good half hour. Another boy got his head stepped on and cried and blubbered all over me. Not having any babies in the family at present, I forget how much they drool at that age. Needless to say, I am cured of having kids until 2007 again (sorry honey)!

This week the older boys are going to sports camp all day, and Justin hates it. He was in my room hiding when I can home from running this morning. I assured him that by the time he is 17, he can kiss organized sports good-bye forever, as I have done. I forget sometimes, but it really is tough being a kid having these fears and such. Well, back to Form 3115 and FAS 109.


Posted by Susie at Tue Jul 13 2004 15:43

Haha, funny.

Posted by Kristen at Wed Jul 14 2004 09:48

I can imagine the youngest nursery is the hardest one b/c for one they can't speak well if at all and they are still in the phase of having to be with a parent or someone they know. Just ask Alyson and Dave re Samuel. Poor babies, but it is probably good for them to help them develop better and learn how to share.

Posted by Alyson at Wed Jul 14 2004 16:34

Poor babies! Poor John! Poor Frances (aka would-like-to-be Grandma)!!

Posted by Rachel at Thu Jul 15 2004 21:37

Ha, I went to le beach on Tues too!

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