This is how I answered the door when the pizza guy delivered the pizza.
This is not how I remembered looking.
Then again, the last time I looked at myself in a mirror it was 2:00 and I had just rushed through a bathroom break before returning to my chores while refereeing the kids in their play. At 2:00 today*, I did not have the thick headband, nor the accenting sparkly BELT of Katie's, on my head. When I add the arm shrug in large floral print that I remember answering the door in, well, it was a winning look.
(*If I was looking for a pearl of wisdom, it might be that alot can change in 3 minutes/hours, and... don't store found accessories on your head while cleaning.)
So, for the first time since 2:00, I looked in the mirror while I was sitting with Jack during his bath. I realized how I looked... oh so glamorous.
The pizza guy (good looking, young, hip, and did I say good looking?) was smiling a little and I *thought* he was amused by Jake's claim that he could carry the burning hot child size pizza box. Instead, it seems he *may* have been laughing just a little at my appearance.
Then I remembered that I'm a mom of three and while I do clean up nice, I've had these adorable, inquisitive, imaginative barnacles.... er, kids hanging off of me all day. So I've moved on. Because there are more important things to think about.
Like, does anyone else have a kid who likes to drink their bath water? Pretty gross.
In other news;
Katie and Jake are friends again. They're walking their pillow pets around the house on leashes (made from Katie's tights). They are called "Apple Dash" and "Dark Vader". The kids are VERY responsible stuffed pet owners.
Jake is a BIG fan of Darth Vader. He roots for him in every YouTube video we watch, and he almost has me convinced that D.V. is the hero and *not* Luke Skywalker.
Almost bedtime. The time of night I look soooo forward to. But first, showers for the rest of the kids, then story time, and then bed!