Why is it when you need space the most, they are the cutest?....

Okay, so here's my Friday. I drop the boys off at school. It's my 2 year olds last day of tot school. I spend my last free morning, until September, grocery shopping. I rush to school to pick them up, only to hear about the "NO" mouth that my 3 year old had with his teacher. I come home to a house that looks like a bomb went off because we were running late getting to school, on top of 40 bags of groceries to put away. I hadn't even bathed yet and we were having a dinner guest....nice.

I'm feeling completely overwhelmed with my tasks at hand, and that's putting it mildly. I needed nothing more then a bubble bath and silence to get back into the good mood that I started my day with.

So here I go, aaahhhh, hot bath, bubbles with lots of fragrance, and the door that I forgot to lock!

So here comes my two year old, "mommy, bath, in. mommy, bath in." He starts ripping off his pants and diaper. He has the cutest little legs and butt ever! All I could do was help him off with his shirt and pull him in with me.

He was so happy that I let him in. He was practicing swimming, laughing, washing my hair and shielding my eyes with his tiny hands to protect them from the shampoo.

We had a blast, and it was the biggest stress reducer I could have imagined and needed!

Thank you to the parenting Gods and the Devil that I made deals with to have this two magnificent and funny boys, testing my boundaries daily and all, for being in our life!

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