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30 Things Series #12: Our Typical Day

By Zenparenting1 @ZenParenting1
Continuing with the 30 Things My Son Should Know About Me Series, I present a day in the life of me.
Wake up 8-10 hours after we went to sleep last night.
Leisurely have more bed.* This is one of my favorite times of the day. I lurve your breastfeeding face. I even wrote about it once here.
30 Things Series #12: Our Typical DayCheck on your kitty and your boo** on the Kindle. You're a good caretaker. These were both your idea to get and they're always your idea to check on as you say how much they need you. You're going to be an amazing dad one day, if that's what you wish to be.
Share some toast and Ovaltine. You get your own Ovaltine, but you simply must have some of MY toast. Your own won't do. I understand.
Multitasking. You have bed, I work. Hopefully, if you're feeling enough need for bed, I can get all my work for the whole day done in that one sitting.
Work together time. Maybe I bust out my vacuum and you bust out yours so we can clean together. You're an excellent duster and, as you can see here, you wash a mean potty!

Walk to get the mail together, pull some weeds together while we're out front, hang out at the playground together. Whatever we do, we're together. As you say, we're a good team!
Water the garden together, check on our compost worms together, maybe kick a ball around the backyard (if I don't accidentally kick it into the neighbor's yard...sorry!).
Have some more bed and take a nap.
Dada comes home and we get dinner. Nom!
Play, play, play. Bug Dada. Play some more.
Have some bed, go to sleep, and do it all over again the next day. It's a good life.
Basically, we get to do whatever we want, whenever we want and the best part is that we get to do it together! You're my very best friend, buddy. Spending time with you is my favorite thing to do in life. Thank you for making my time on this world infinitely better.
*"bed" is what you call breastfeeding
** Talking Tom and My Boo apps, respectively.

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