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mrswhitecastle posted:
Brrrr..... It's cold here in St. Louis! Our high today is 0, and windchills are terrible.

We are currently on our 3rd snow day. So, the kids have been out of school since Dec 19. I'm struggling with some house-a-tosis. Emily ended up with double pneumonia (again), so we haven't had a very good winter break. I have to admit, I was ready for school to be back in. And while I'm venting, can I just say how hard 2 year olds can be? I mean, I remember it being rough, but we are having a really bad day here. 2 hours until naptime and counting.....

So, if anyone is even here, how is your day going?
Emily (8) Elizabeth (6)
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seeit2 responded:
Hey you. Sorry about the 2 year old and the pneumonia. What a hard combination. My 4-year old has a case of the 2's- he can't seem to do a single thing for himself these days and he falls apart at the slightest thing. We are finally back in the routine today after our two week break (why do kids need a week off for New Year's?) and here in Texas the weather is very cold but nowhere near what everyone else is suffering through. (Our wind chill is in the single digits, which is crazy for this area). Hope you guys stay warm and safe are on the mend soon.
Esmerelda Supercalifragilistic (42) DD (6) DS (3) Just eat it, will ya


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