We've had a busy week here at The HomeFront, and I'm wiped out. Baby Girl fought a nice case of roseola, but the roseola won in the end. This morning she finally seems to be rash-free, so the kids can stop pointing at her and saying "Unclean! Unclean!"
We also had The Boy's swallowing study and MRI of the brain, and although both came back with pretty good results (or at least not anything we didn't already know), it has been exhausting for all of us. I think it's safe to say that we are happy to be done with the hospital for a little while, although I'm sure you'll end up hearing more about our adventures in later posts.
And so all of this babbling is just my long-winded way of saying we are hitting the road. Only for the weekend, but that is just about long enough for us. We're heading out to Hershey where Rob and I will see The Police in concert tonight, and then we will take the kids to the Hershey Chocolate Factory tomorrow. The kids chose the chocolate factory over the amusement park, and we are delighted to indulge them - and not just because the chocolate factory is cheaper, air-conditioned, and laden with flowing rivers of molten chocolate. Oh, wait. I think I'm having one of those Gene Wilder/Willy Wonka flashbacks again. At any rate, it's off to Chocolate Town we go.
Have a great weekend everyone, and I wonder if you could do me a little favor and wish my parents a happy anniversary. Thirty three years ago today - Happy Anniversary, Mom and Dad!