Sunday, July 19, 2009

10 kids this week - all week.

These cuites, plus one, are spending the week.


Hello. This will probably be my only post for the week. (I've only been on the computer once a week. All of my posts last week were scheduled ;D) My sister and her hubby are going to girl's camp, and since she watched my littles while I was at camp, I'm watching her 5 while she's gone. Yup. 10 kids from Tuesday through Saturday.





My other sister, Crazymama, had them for a sleepover the other night. She blogged about it. I quote:









I don't anticipate that kind of craziness though.




For one thing, I'm not that nice.




For another, since it's not a fun spend-the-night and it's for several nights, I'm going with a "let's start our back to school early-to-bed, early-to-rise routine" theme. Those poor kids will be so scheduled that they won't know what hit them. As a matter of fact, they will think their mother is still home (she is the most organized/routined/anal of my sisters).




I will get a couple of breaks from the herd. Three afternoons I have classes. For two of those days, my sis scheduled subs, and another day one of her friends is going to watch them for most of the day. But yeah, I guess I'll get to see what my life would be like if the Lord didn't have more sense than I do, and had granted my wish for a dozen kids.

10 comments:

Devri said...

yeah, good luck with that! wink wink.

jk I it will be fine! once you know how to deal with 5, their really is no difference only on how many dishes to get out! hugs...

Kristina P. said...

Wow! Good luck! You will need it. :)

Jaina said...

Good luck! I can't wait to hear the stories.

Holly said...

You are the best - I wish I had a sister, and if I did I wish she were you!!!!!!!

Janna said...

good luck

michelle said...

Your are the best aunt!!! I am looking forward to details! :)

KATE said...

Wow, you're a nice Auntie and Sister! Good Luck sweetie!

Bonnie the Boss said...

WOW! what a long week for you! Hang in there!

Crazymamaof6 said...

better you than me.

at least they won't come over expecting fruit snacks and soda like they do at my house.

and excellent trade for the kids for camp. smart. have no fear i will never be asking you to take my herd for something like camp. i know, SIGH OF RELIEF ON THAT!

can you have mine over next week to break them into the school schedule, we are going to have a hard time adjusting. including and maybe most of all ME!

the haynie's said...

I can't thank you enough! The kids are adjusting perfectly and came home nicer than I left them :) Your good manners at your home are amazing and I think your readers(including me) would benefit from a lesson on manners musts. I love you, Jane!

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