Saturday, April 14, 2007

Day One

We successfully made the drive from FLA to PA over the past two days. It is now Saturday morning, 8 AM, the first day of living with my parents. My mom is making sausage, biscuits and gravy, which is my favorite. And here I thought Maxfield and Wyatt were going to get spoiled.

20 comments:

Patience said...

Car trip with two kids. And yet you sound somewhat sane. What drugs, may I ask, did you give to your children?

jen said...

Congrats on making it back up! Enjoy breakfast!

eclectic said...

Oh man, I'm sending my "daughter" resume' to Momo9:

"Cute, well-mannered, adult daughter, comes complete with adorable and well-mannered children ready to be spoiled by Grandma; accustomed to brothers, desiring a sister, willing to act as 'middle child' if need be; self-supporting, desiring only the occasional holiday dinner and/or weekend breakfast of sausage, gravy with biscuits and eggs."

Kat said...

That breakfast just made my mouth water!

momo9 said...

So nice to have them around. Fun and noisey; at the same time, heartwarming and surreal.... Eclectic, don't know if William and L.W. could stand sharing their 'M.C.' status. Daughter likes being the only one. When she was younger, though, she always wanted a sister. Wouldn't it just upset the apple cart if I adopted you and yours. I couldn't imagine the malay. I have no problem with adding a few more. Come on over. Do you mind a name change? Let me see, what should I call my newly adopted daughter.......?

teri said...

I don't live that far away, I'm assuming, can I come for breakfast one morning?

Will momo9 make me french toast?

yeah, you are one spoiled brat!

Nancy said...

There's no place like home ... or Moms kitchen =)

Susie said...

Hey, eclectic and I are a package deal, momo9! We're sisters, so I get to come, too. With one (usually well-behaved) husband and one (even more) well-behaved daughter, and one dog . . . we won't talk about his behavior.
Being of Hillbillian descent, I loves me some sausage gravy and biscuits. Which I have about twice a year, or else I would weigh 400 pounds.
Enjoy your time together, Wm. & Co.

Sharkey said...

You know, there are a lot of us bloggers in SE PA . . . maybe next Saturday we could all come over? I'll bring the orange juice.

Circus Kelli said...

I suddenly have a strong desire to have someone else make pancakes and bacon for me for breakfast tomorrow. I also have a strong desire to have someone else clean up the mess from said breakfast so that I may nap afterwards.

Glad you survived the trip and are all safe and sound.

judypatooote said...

I'm happy to hear you made it safely....and watch out, mom's cooking may put a few pounds on you......LOL

Anonymous said...

Sop it up with a biscuit !

Anonymous said...

My guess is Tuesday when Max wears out his welcome.

Anonymous said...

I know Momo9 will eventually make those eggs so Lauren can walk on the shells.

Laura said...

See? and you thought you wouldn't have anything to write about, living so close to Momo9. ;)

We're going to miss you down here in the state of Fla, especially during hurricane season. And now I"m left to fend off the overpriced homeowner's insurance crisis all by myself.

Nevertheless, congrats on the big move. It's always good to have family nearby when the kids are little. ;)

kimmyk said...

Welcome Home William.

Effie said...

is it just me? I've never heard of having GRAVY at breakfast...must be an american thing...sausage, yes. Biscuits? well, not often, but I've HEARD of it, but GRAVY--especially SAUSAGE GRAVY--never!

TBG said...

welcome home to PA!

I am sure Mom09 is in heaven!

kalki said...

YUM, I love biscuits and gravy!! Although I would want bacon instead of sausage. :)

Alpha Dude 1.5 said...

Living back home with the folks?

We tried child-proofing our house once, but the kids kept finding a way in.

I wish you all the best.

Blessings.