That's what it's like to watch TV with Michael. He doesn't sit. He runs around in circles, does headstands, wiggles, squirms, or jumps up and down. During intense parts in movies, he can hardly contain himself. He'll sit for a minute and then be up again. He talks to the tv, he talks to us, he talks to his sibling. And still, somehow, manages to know exactly what happened in every show he ever saw. We can't figure out if he moves because he's excited or if he moves because he's sleepy and afraid he'll fall asleep if he's still too long. It's truly an amazing thing to watch TV with Michael! If only I had that much energy!!
I am a stay-at-home mom to 4 drama-queens, 2 grubby little boys, 2 cats and a tortoise. I constantly threaten to move to Africa and change my name to George, but I secretly love the chaos my kids create. Life is rarely boring and these are our adventures as recorded by me!
A~ 10 years old and loves to torment his sisters. L~ 8 year old drama queen gymnast. M~6 years old and terribly precocious. K~4 year old sweetheart, but she cries, a lot! O~ 2 year old holy terror. E~ 5 months old and the yummy baby.