It was so warm on Tuesday that things were melting like mad. Guppy asked to wear her sleeper instead of getting dressed, and then also wanted to go outside without her coat or hat. "I need cold hair," she explained. "I need mittens and boots, but no hat!"
We didn't stay outside long, but she found two sticks and had a grand time.
Elsewhere on the web:
A hilarious article about the phases of toddlers: http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2015/02/18/what-they-didnt-tell-me-as-a-parent-kids-go-through-phases/
wyld_dandelyon is going a one-card draw in her journal: http://wyld-dandelyon.livejournal.com/241290.html
ariestess is also! http://ariestess.livejournal.com/2174946.html
Rebelsheart, over on Dreamwidth, is looking for 24 writing prompts: http://rebelsheart.dreamwidth.org/1531922.html
Mobbing Midnight is an anthology of crow stories on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1869717111/mobbing-midnight-an-anthology-of-crows
Clockwork Queen of Oz, a new webcomic written by my friend Alex: http://www.theclockworkqueen.com/
Back at our house:
Having told Guppy not to rip the cover off the magazine, she assures me, "I want to rip it!"
"You can't rip it." Firm Mom voice. That will do the trick.
Guppy: "I'm going upstairs to rip it."
"No you're not." Even firmer Mom voice.
And she didn't. She shut herself in the bathroom and ripped the cover off while I was visiting some Utopian fantasy where she actually doesn't do what I tell her not to do.