So I nicely suggested (okay, kicked out) the healthy children to play, and Paloma and I are hunkered down on the couch, dozing in and out of consciousness.
Niecy Nash from Clean House:
Fashion Challenged Woman
God's gift are mysterious and wonderful.
You can see the weight of the world in Mile's face. He became nervous once the children lined up.
No trace of nervousness is left by the time school is done.
I returned to find smiling, adorable little Cliffords.
To celebrate this momentous occassion, I made a from-scratch chocolate cake.
Because let's face it: there's nothing says I Love You like a from-scratch chocolate cake. Right, Mister?
Edited to Note: Yes, Miles is indeed wearing a dress. Hatfield felt inspired to bring up our Dress Up Bin full of 70's and 90's bridesmaids' gowns and 80's prom dresses. With a few smaller size Christmas treasures thrown in. Miles is wearing my cousin Kate's Christmas dress circa 1988. The Mister is very proud.