We came home on Wednesday and then went to the transportation open house, where the girls got their bus schedule and got to see inside a bus.
Thursday they had a playdate with a friend whose mom is going to lead a Girl Scout troop to see how all the potential troop-mates got along and to get information on the whole Girl Scout thing. The girls really want to join so I guess we're going to have a few Daisies on our hands come fall.
Yesterday I took them to Justice to do a little school shopping. Normally that store is WAY too expensive, but everything was buy one, get one free. Even so, I paid more for one tee shirt than I would at either Osh Kosh or Children's Place, but they do seem like they're way better quality. I knew trying to shop with both of them would be really hard and I was right. They were of course WAY more interested in all the toys/notebooks/diaries/fake nails/lip gloss/candy, etc. than the clothes. Again, I would totally just shop for them by myself but then they won't wear half the stuff I buy. We have enough now though that I should be able to finish up by myself, and I'll just make sure that they like what I buy before I take the tags off and wash anything.
|For some strange reason Kayley loved this shirt - "Tacocat spelled backwards is 'tacocat' "|
They love cats, horses and Olivia is really into peace signs!