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Today, I thought I’d do something fun and document our day in pictures. Life with a toddler can be more than interesting, what with the playing, the mood swings, the food they choose to eat… This is a typical day in the Bacon household (minus the donut every day for a snack, although none of us would complain).

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Good morning! Allison always stays in bed when she wakes up, until I come get her. Unfortunately, our smoke detector had a false alarm a couple weeks ago, and hers is right above her bed, so now she’s somewhat traumatized. As soon as I come in every morning, she makes a mad dash to her chair.

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This is the look of pure disappointment. I gave her a muffin when she wanted an oat bar (which she ate the last of the day before). She ended up eating that, and only that.

Our day in pictures- www.nogettingoffthistrain.com

After a visit to the post office, where she was surprisingly well-behaved, we stopped at a local donut shop for a snack before heading to the museum to play.

Our day in pictures- www.nogettingoffthistrain.com

Our day in pictures- www.nogettingoffthistrain.com

We spent almost 2 hours here, running around and generally burning off excess energy (AKA the donut).

Our day in pictures- www.nogettingoffthistrain.com

This is our view after lunch now. My darling daughter is no longer napping, so we park in front of the TV for about 90 minutes, watching a movie while I get some work done.

Our day in pictures- www.nogettingoffthistrain.com

2:00 to 4:00 is where the day seems longest. Must keep the princess entertained as long as I can before she starts begging for her tablet. Books, toys, building forts, etc.

Our day in pictures- www.nogettingoffthistrain.com

Finally, dinner! Out of everything on her plate, the only thing she touched was her bread with peanut butter. Who needs a balanced meal?

No picture to show with this one, but after dinner, she went potty, and I left to do something while she washed her hands. After talking to John for a minute, I realized she wasn’t out of the bathroom yet, so I ran in to find the soap bottle on the ground and her stepstool covered in foamy soap, with her rubbing her feet in it. “Mommy, the soap fell and I tried to clean it with my foot!”

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After dinner was church, where she played hard and did a bunch of crafts, including her favorite: Stickers! Finally bedtime, and we all crash until the chaos starts again the next morning.

Have a great weekend, friends!

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