My little boy's banana broke while he was peeling it, and lets just say, he didn't take it like a man. He went from a cute little broccoli eater to a crazed werewolf with fangs in a matter of seconds. Then I told him he could take it in the bath tub and within another second he was my little boy again chomping on a banana. I'm glad I had my crazy kid second. I wasn't great at handling my daughter's two year old tantrums. I would get so furious about it. I would worry and strategize and plan and discuss to try to figure out how not to fling us both off a bridge. But then, they were over. So, my son's two year old tantrums elicit zero anxiety for me. He freaks out, and mostly what I have to do is suppress a giggle. He'll get over his tantrums, and I'm pretty sure he'll always be crazy, which is what will make him so lovable, just like his mommy.
Coffee today: None because unless I was on plane, I was frantically trying to get on a plane. And when I got home, my kids were there, so that took care of that.
Cups and Bags Challenge: Still at $29. If you use a reusable cup to buy a coffee or any drink, email me here: firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll donate a dollar to Bring Recycling. P.S. if you're one of those people thinking about buying a reusable cup (you know who you are,) but haven't yet, do it today:)