Isaac: sleeps on the floor, in a major thoroughfare of the bedroom, with his head under the blanket. This morning, on the way to the boys' closet to fetch some pants, I stepped on his nose.
Stephen: is on his way to Boise to be sworn into the Idaho Bar. He and I cannot seem to find a house that we both want to live in, which is kind of a problem, because we want to live in the same house.
Norah: learned the word no-no yesterday as she spilled out the box of generic Lucky Charms on the kitchen floor. I've said it to her a few times since when she's doing something she shouldn't, and her face gets all wrinkled up and she starts to whimper. Saying "that's a no-no" to my daughter hurts her feelings.
Aaron: has a tooth growing in at a good 45 degree angle. It takes up much space on the bottom of his mouth. Braces, braces, braces.
Elliot: can convince his younger brother(s) every time to put all their money toward whatever it is he wants to buy. Of this moment, they're all going to buy Elliot a tamagotchi
Emily: wonders about global food crises, $4 gasoline, getting into a house by June, getting a babysitter for tomorrow, and whether it was a good or bad idea to bid $60 on each of four tickets for Stadium of Fire starring Miley Cyrus and the Blue Man Group. Also, I did nothing to celebrate/honor/commemorate Earth Day except sing all day long: "It's April 21st. Everybody knows today is Earth Day. Merry Christmas. Happy Birthday to whoever's being born... ."