waiting for the bus

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They were ready for school a solid half hour before the bus was due to arrive and I did NOT want to listen/watch Phineas and Ferb so soon after waking up.  I was mean mom, turned off the tv, and forced them to stand out on the porch so I could take advantage of the best background ever……gently falling white white snow…..

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“Sarah, stand close to Seth, closer!, now, put your arm around him.”

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Sarah calls this her “spring coat.”

Where is Seth’s coat?

“I don’t need it, Mom, I have a sweatshirt on.”

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they had the giggles

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When you have kids close in age sometimes you sometimes get the impression that the children have a secret life together that you cannot understand.  I had that feeling when we turned to go in the house to continue waiting for the bus.  Seth and Sarah’s heads were together and they started dancing and singing just a little phrase; “I always look so good in white,” I was puzzled and asked where they learned the song.

Phineas and Ferb,” they said at the same time.

 

(David helped me find it on youtube).

 

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