Being the youngest of ten means that you learn awesome "managerial skills" early on and you can make your peeps sit and watch Bob the Builder with you for the millionth time and totally against their own will.
Sweet girl checking on her little people playing outside.
What homeschool looks like...
And an average lunchtime...
My helper boy. I've wanted the old shower door track off the tub since we moved in over two years ago and finally decided to do it myself, but of course even a simple project got hard and I couldn't get the last screw out because it was rusted and stripped.
Baby man tried, but he didn't have any better luck...we had to wait for a full sized man to come home and do it for us.
We have a Russle Stovers outlet candy store in town and it was discovered that their chocolate bars were on sale for .25c...this is what the math for that ended up looking like.
And the end haul on candy bars.
He's so sweet when he's sleeping.
He went through a week long phase of refusing a shirt, which resulted in his siblings re-naming him "redneck Boggie."
The little kids asked for homemade playdoh and in my mind that meant I needed to make playdoh for ten because I'm so used to doing everything in large quantities. Needless to say the big kids weren't interested in playdoh and this was way too much...lol