Sunday, September 21, 2014

Somewhere Out There, A Toy Engineer is Laughing At Me.

Sometimes, I feel like I'm living in a Stephen King novel. Or I'm on the set of a Steven Spielberg movie. **note to self: don't name any future children, "Steve"**

I can't be the only parent out there who feels this way. I know it's happened to you.

The house is quiet and dark. The kids are finally asleep, and you're comfortably situated under the covers. And then suddenly, at approximately 1:37am, you hear noise coming from the living room.

"Old MacDonald Had a Farm..."

But the kids are in bed, and you know for a fact that they haven't left their room because of cribs or gates or childproof doorknobs, or whatever.

An electronic voice breaks the silence again,

"Mama, Mama. Peek-a-boo!"

And then you know. Your children's toys are possessed.

I tell you what, nothing gives me the heebee jeebees like needing to go downstairs and figure out which toy decided to start talking in the middle of the night. I start looking around for a Chucky doll....and I haven't even seen the movie!

I now find myself giving a wary eye to every noise-making toy I come across. I'm still waiting for the day when my kids outgrow the talking toys, and I can finally know that my sleep won't be interrupted by a tiny prerecorded voice.

Thankfully though, I haven't recently had a toy interaction that was as scary as the one I had with a stuffed turtle.

A couple of years ago, I bought this blue turtle from a consignment sale for Caleb. I thought it was cute, and I wanted to get each of the kids a special stuffed animal for their beds. Only this turtle had a mind of it's own.
I think at one point, it must have said words above a guttural level. But either during it's time with it's previous owner or during it's time in the washing machine after I brought it home, the turtle turned into the thing of nightmares. It said,

"Chomp, chomp, chomp."

Just as low and evil-y sounding as possible. I am totally not exaggerating or making this up! And this turtle also liked to "chomp" at odd times of the day and night when not a single human being was even in the same room with him. Do you know what it's like to hear a blue turtle chomping at you from the next room while you are home alone with just your four infants???

Good heavens, I've never been so scared of a toy in my life, as I was of that turtle. I never had to deal with stuff like this before kids!
So I did what any terrified self-respecting mother would do. I waited until my husband got home from work one night in case the stuffed animal put up a fight, got out my seam ripper, and performed major turtle surgery. I yanked that voice box right out of that scary turtle and threw it away. I sewed him back up, tucked him back in bed with Caleb, and thought we were done with it.

And then I heard,

"Chomp, chomp, chomp."

coming from the trashcan.

Somewhere out there, a toy engineer is still laughing at me.

Friday, September 19, 2014

The 10 Best, EASY Fall Activities and Crafts for Preschoolers + $2000 Giveaway!

Sometimes, you just need a quick and easy craft to keep your kids occupied. I know I do! I love having a list of activities and crafts that we can do with minimal set-up and minimal clean-up. The kind where you can start the project while you are cooking dinner, and be finished with it by the time dinner is on the table.
Today, I have a list of 10 of the best, easy fall activities and crafts for preschoolers. Get ready, because these are all posts that you are going to want to pin so that you don't have to hunt around for them in the future


1. Thanksgiving Turkey Craft
The photo may say it's for toddlers, but this is a great craft for preschoolers too! All you need is a paper plate, a toilet paper tube, and some glue. I like to let my kids color their creations as we go, so you can grab crayons as well. We had fun hanging these on the front door as our fall decorations!





2. Leaf Identification Cards + Free Printable!
I love this idea to go on a hunt outside for all of the different leaves that your kids can find. Then you bring them back home, and match the real leaves to the leaves pictured on the printable cards. What a great way to get outside and learn at the same time. Plus, this blogger has a set of 30 printable leaf cards to use during the activity...and they are free!










3. Paper Pumpkin Craft Tutorial
I love the way this pumpkin looks and that there is no need to break out the glue to create it! Paper, scissors, a ruler, and a stapler. That's all you need. It's a quick project that little ones can help with, and then proudly display to welcome the fall weather.







4. Mr. Apple Head
Sometimes, just slightly changing up a toy can make it brand new! Mr. Potato Head toys are so popular, but what if you used an apple as the body? It's an easy way to keep little ones occupied while you are doing meal prep, and then of course at the end, you can slice up the apple for a side dish. No waste!







5. Scrunched Tissue Paper Autumn Leaf
I can't be the only parent whose kids like to crumble paper or tissue or anything else they can find. This is a great redirect for those scrunchy days. A quick leaf, a stack of tissue paper, and a bottle of glue, and kids are ready to scrunch away and make their own colorful autumn leaf!


6. Easy Fall Leaf Garland
Bring the outside...inside! This is a great activity that you can do after you find leaves to match on the Leaf Identification Cards. Instead of throwing the leaves back outside, put them on a string and decorate a window.

7. Palm Print Pumpkins
Okay, so this one is a little more messy because it involves paint, but the set-up and the clean-up are really quick! Jump over to this tutorial for how to make a pumpkin patch under a harvest moon!


8. 10 Fall Playdough Mats + Free Printables!
Kids and playdough just go together. I love these mats that prompt kids to finish the picture with playdough or get creative with how they decorate them. And the fall theme is perfect for this time of year!


9. 5 Little Turkeys Craft
Have you read the 5 Little Turkeys book? This is the perfect companion craft for it! I love the simplicity of this craft and the focus on gluing and placing turkey eyes and beaks where they need to go. I think these little turkeys are just adorable!


10. Free Fall Printables
Sometimes you just need a quick coloring or word tracing page. Head over to this blogger for a nice set of printables that you can keep on hand for emergency use! :)

















Have a happy fall! And don't forget to enter the giveaway below for one of four $500 cash prizes!



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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The Little Things Thursdays: #87

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Welcome to The Little Things Thursday!!

If you are new to our link-up, we like to take a minute to look back on the little things that brightened our week. So often we get busy and forget all of the things that we enjoy as we go through our daily lives. This is an opportunity to stop, remember, and enjoy those things! Nothing is too small...in fact, the smaller the better! That's the whole point! If you have a blog, link-up below. If you don't blog, I'd love for you to participate by leaving a comment. Ready?

1. Costco Milestone
I consider it a milestone!

We went to Costco this weekend with the kids. We normally pile all four kids in a cart and push (or pull) a second cart with whatever we are buying. This time, we changed it up a little. We decided to let them walk as long as they held onto the cart. As soon as they stopped, we were planning on putting them back in a cart. Having 3-year-old quadruplets running around Costco didn't really sound fun, but I really felt that they needed the opportunity to try.

And they did GREAT! We got there, and I showed them how to hold onto the cart. Caleb and Abby thought that the rules were that they had to hold on with two hands, so even when I tried to help them let go with one hand, they clung to that cart like it was a lifeline.

Nobody let go the whole time. We didn't have any runners. It was a total blow-out success! Yay!

2. Caleb
This summer, we also started using some essential oils with Caleb, specifically to help him stay focused, grounded, and plugged into reality. Autism is a hard road, and one of the things that he really struggles with is anything related to hygiene. It takes two of us, and we literally pin him down to clip his nails or cut his hair. Those are huge fights with lots of tears, kicking, and all sorts of stuff. It's beyond frustrating as parents, and I know he hates it too.


This weekend, both of the boys needed haircuts. I started with Elijah first. While I was cutting his hair, Sean said that he was going to give Caleb his oils to see if it would help calm him down. He used 1 drop each of two different blends (2 drops total) on the back of the neck. 10 minutes later, it was Caleb's turn, and he sat down in the chair without crying, trying to escape, or fighting us at all! He sat very calmly, let me cut his hair, and off he went.

That has NEVER happened. NEVER.

It doesn't matter how many times I see oils work for our family, it still floors me to see how quickly and thoroughly they work when we use them. And since Caleb is only 3-years-old, I know that we didn't trick him into sitting still. So grateful we got through that without a fight!
Also, Caleb officially has the best hair cut of his life!


3. Can You Hear Me Now?
Abby                                                               Mommy and Caleb

Abby and Caleb got to skip a few hours of school this week so that we could go visit the audiologist. While all four kids passed their hearing screenings in the NICU, we thought it prudent to recheck Abby and Caleb.

Back in February, the kids had a mini hearing screening as part of the preschool application process. Abby only passed the screening in one ear. We thought it might be because she was a little wiggle worm, but we also notice that she has problems responding to us sometimes. During Caleb's autism testing this summer, the developmental pediatrician felt that there was a strong possibility that he is dealing with apraxia of speech as well. He asked us to recheck his hearing to make sure that a hearing loss wasn't contributing to his speech problems.

The testing was a little different for each of them. Abby played a game where a noise would sound in one ear, and when she heard it, she was supposed to put a plastic cookie in a jar. She thought the game was fantastic! And she also passed with flying colors! It turns out that her hearing issues are actually listening issues. Yep, that doesn't surprise me at all.

Caleb did a different test where he sat on my lap. Instead of wearing headphones (which he wouldn't have been okay with), he sat in a room with me. There were large speakers on the walls. The idea was that he would naturally turn toward the noise if he heard it, and it would be reinforced with light up toys if he got it right. He also passed just fine! While the test didn't tell us how each individual ear is working, it told us that overall, he can hear without issues. So that issue is crossed off of our list, and we will continue with speech therapy to help him catch up.

4. "It Daddy!"
Elijah's teacher sent me this photo from preschool last week. Elijah found a pair of glasses in the classroom, and apparently put them on while walking around saying, "It Daddy! It Daddy!" Sean has glasses that look very similar to that, and he was pretty proud to look like the man he looks up to. :) We told him not to worry. He will probably end up officially wearing glasses at some point in the future.

5. Hard Hat Monday
They are (still) doing construction and renovations on our school. It was raining on Monday, and they got a bunch of plastic play hard hats from somewhere for the kids to wear as they walked out to the car line. It was pretty cute watching them wear the same thing that all of the construction workers are wearing on the other side of that red fencing (in the left photo).

The only problem? The kids had to give the hats back when they got to the car so that other kids could use them. Abby was SO offended! Hats are her thing. She LOVES them! The only thing that helped her calm down was me reminding her that we have hats at home. Oh, the tragedy of being 3-years-old!

6. Ellie
On our way home from school this week, we were talking about how Jesus likes it when we are nice to our friends. The conversation morphed into talking about how Jesus can see everything and knows what is going on.

Me from the driver's seat: Jesus is in charge of everything!

Ellie (our resident leader): Um...that makes me feel jealous.

Awesome.

7. Abby
The kids are very tired these days. Preschool is really taking it out of them. On Friday night, Abby was so tired that she could barely stand it. As we were putting the kids in bed, she told us that she was going to go to school the next day. Sean told her that she would have to wait a couple of days to go back, and this happened:

Oh my gosh! I laughed so hard! I hope she loves school this much forever!


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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Young Living Lemon Essential Oil Giveaway!

Let's do another essential oil giveaway! This month, Lemon is the lucky oil that we are going to look at. It's such a versatile oil, and honestly, it just makes me happy. Like, literally happy!

Lemon is one of those oils that seem to have a million different uses. It's an antiseptic, detoxifier, immune stimulant, and can even combat tumor growth. Very cool! It has awesome uses that can help with everything from improving memory, to helping with anxiety. It can assist with varicose veins, weight loss, gallstones, acne, and so much more! Lemon essential oil is definitely a staple in our home with how versatile it is!

How do we use it in our home? Here are a few of the ways:

-My first hard core interaction with Lemon was for my severe seasonal allergies. My allergies set off my asthma, which causes me to have bronchitis for weeks. I went through at least 14 prescription medications trying to recover from bronchitis in the spring, and nothing kicked it permanently. Then I tried use Lemon in conjunction with Lavender and Peppermint in an "Allergy Bomb"...and 5 days later was fine. Amazing! It's by far my favorite use of Lemon, because I hate being sick! You can read more about that story HERE.

-Lemon is one of my happy oils! I love anything citrus flavored or scented because it's just....happy! It's definitely a mood booster!

-When we feel a cold coming on, it often starts with a sore throat. We use Lemon on the sides of our throats to help with the drainage that is causing the pain. Works like a charm!

-When I make homemade, all-purpose cleaner, I always include Lemon as one of the oils in my mix. It has great antiseptic properties, so it helps my kitchen get really clean without toxic chemicals.

-I've started playing with it for weight loss this week. Since it's only Tuesday, I'm not sure what kind of results I'll see, but I'm hopeful! A lot of my friends have told me that by ingesting a few drops of Lemon oil everyday, they've lost weight without even trying (Click here for thoughts on ingesting). Um...I can get behind that! So we will see how that turns out!

-Lemon is great for all over detoxifying! I'm slowly but surely inching my way toward a healthier lifestyle, and getting toxins out of my body is one of the steps. Ingesting a couple of drops of Lemon essential oil helps me get that much closer!

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It's important to note that I use Young Living Essential Oils with my family. Not all oil brands are created equally and many can cause problems to worsen if they are not true, 100% essential oils. Even if the label says "100% pure" they are only required to have 5% essential oils in them per regulations. Please visit this link for more info on why we chose Young Living and how we believe it is the best, most effective, and most affordable essential oil option out there. 

If you've been thinking about diving into the world of essential oils, head here to get the details on the Premium Starter Kit and the extra $40 Welcome Kit that I like to send to new oilers for free! It's a fantastic deal that will get you started on the right foot!

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Our Meal Plan: 9/14-9/20


If you are looking for some of the strategies that help us decide what to eat every week, make sure you check out our Meal Tip Series!

Sunday: Yogurt and Popcorn for the kids, Sandwiches for Mom and Dad
Monday: Macaroni and Cheese, Hot Dogs (Oh, yeah. This was an awesome, nutrient-packed dinner! *wink* )
Tuesday: Black Bean and Pumpkin Crockpot Chili, Tossed Salad, Crescent Rolls
Wednesday: Cheese Ravioli, Salad, Biscuits
Thursday: PB&J (Mom is doing stuff with the multiples club)
Friday: PB&J (Mom is doing stuff with the multiples club)
Saturday: Pizza from Papa Murphy's Pizza

What is on your menu this week? Leave me some inspiration!
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Sunday, September 14, 2014

To the Dentist We Will Go...

Whew! We made it through our first dental appointment.

I think it's totally fair for me to say that the idea of taking 3-year-old quadruplets to the dentist made me nervous. I don't mind the dentist as an adult, but I think my nervousness stemmed from the sheer number of kids I was taking, plus, some not-so-great memories of my childhood dentist. He wasn't a very nice or patient guy. Ugh.

So when I started the search for a dentist here in Kansas City for my kids, I was hoping to find one that was nice, could handle four kids at the same time, and have a way of handling my special needs kids without getting frustrated with me or them.

We have a great local multiples group, so I checked with them for dentist recommendations and then I checked our local parenting magazine for their top rated dentist as well. We ended up at Smiles Dentistry for Kids. I think it was a good choice!

They got all of us back right after we walked in, so that was the first mark in their favor! Keeping four kids occupied in a waiting room is NOT fun. Although their waiting rooms was filled with toys, so my kids were delighted with the five minutes that they got to play.

All four dental hygienists came to get the kids and introduce themselves to me. They were so sweet, personable, and great with the kids! They also each asked about heath concerns for their assigned kid. That's very much appreciated as we still have a slew of health concerns that have to be mentioned.

The kids ended up in two big, open rooms right next to each other, with everyone getting their teeth cleaned at the same time. Seriously, this was so well-played on the part of the office. None of the kids were kept waiting which is often the difference between total meltdown and success. Super grateful for that!
Abby watching her cartoon

Abby and Ellie did great with their cleanings! The office had a TV over each chair so that the kids could watch cartoons during their cleaning....why don't we have that in our adult dentist offices??
Elijah practicing his teeth brushing on a very toothy dragon

Elijah fretted a bit, but they were able to get his teeth brushed. I'm not sure that they were able to use the spinning round brush like they did on the girls (I was distracted with Caleb), but I know they were able to do something with him
Ellie....totally chill during her cleaning. Lol!

Caleb was a whole other story. His cleaning went about as well as I figured it would. How do you explain to a kid who is autistic and doesn't talk that the nice lady is trying to help him? *sigh* He ended up straddling my lap and then laying back into the hygienist's lap while I pinned his arms down. It was a VERY quick cleaning. I think it did help that I was holding him though. Many thanks to his hygienist for suggesting that method to make him more comfortable!
Caleb having his teeth cleaned

After the kids all had their teeth cleaned, the hygienists brought out a teeth brushing book on an ipad and big stuffed animals and tooth brushes so that the kids could learn how to brush properly. It was one big game for the kids, but I sure appreciated the extra reinforcement that brushing teeth is a good idea!
Abby checking her dragon's teeth

Then Dr. Hillman came out to meet the kids and check their teeth. He ended up being a very nice dentist and quite the opposite of my pediatric dentist. Yay! The girls both checked out great! No cavities at all! Elijah didn't have any cavities, but we found out that he has enamel hypoplasia. That's when the enamel is too thin and there isn't enough of it to protect the teeth. Dr. Hillman said that it's a common issue with preemies. Darn it!

Caleb also has enamel hypoplasia. Unfortunately, between that issue and his tendency to not allow us to fully brush his teeth, he already has a cavity in one of his back molars. I'm so sad about that. We do the best we can to brush his teeth, but it's a whole other ballgame helping Caleb cope with some parts of his life. Teeth brushing is not a favorite activity, so he clamps down. When the doctor was looking at his teeth, it was a three person job holding him still so that he wouldn't suddenly turn his head and bite the dentist.

We now get to put him under to get that tooth fixed. Dr. Hillman said that normally he could fix the cavity really quickly without having to do anything extra, but Caleb would either need to be immobilized in a papoose-type of wrap or he would need anesthesia. We really don't want to put him through restraints like that and have him more traumatized, so instead we are going the anesthesia route. Poor kid. There is just no end to the stuff he has to deal with. Suddenly, their checkup just got a whole lot more expensive.  Now we have to go back through cardiology to get it cleared over there and then to his primary doctor to get it cleared with him. It will be a quick, in-office procedure, but it's still anesthesia so it has to be signed off on by everyone.

Now I'm trying to figure out how to get him to open his mouth fully during our at-home brushing so that we can avoid all of this in the future.
Dr. Hillman and Ellie

BUT, in spite of Caleb's issues, it was a really good first dental appointment! I think the next time will be even easier for Abby, Ellie, and Elijah...hopefully it will get easier for Caleb over time. And of course, I'm sure the prizes and sugar-free suckers that the office gave the kids for doing so well will be good motivation to go back! I was really impressed with the office and how well they anticipated needing to keep things moving for my little guys. :)

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Little Things Thursdays: #86

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Welcome to The Little Things Thursday!!

If you are new to our link-up, we like to take a minute to look back on the little things that brightened our week. So often we get busy and forget all of the things that we enjoy as we go through our daily lives. This is an opportunity to stop, remember, and enjoy those things! Nothing is too small...in fact, the smaller the better! That's the whole point! If you have a blog, link-up below. If you don't blog, I'd love for you to participate by leaving a comment. Ready?

1. This is Why We Don't Stand on Beds
Elijah

We've always thought that Elijah would be our child "most likely to get hurt." Poor kid! On Saturday afternoon, we were all getting ready to take a nap when Elijah fell out of his brother's bed. Yes, he was standing in it. This is why beds are for sleeping, not for standing. He hit the hardwood floor face first and split his chin. I had no idea that chins could bleed that much. It was gushing. Literally, gushing blood all over the place. We used a combo of lavender essential oil and pressure until we could get him seen at Urgent Care. We were, happily, able to slow the bleeding down significantly, and the pain reliever qualities of the lavender tided us over until they applied numbing cream for stitches. I was really hoping it would be a glue job, but because of how deeply he split it, he ended up getting three stitches instead.

He was a trooper though! Unfortunately, I'm not holding my breath that this is the last time we rush him somewhere for stitches.

2. Encouragement
Elijah, Caleb, Abby, and Ellie

It's been a long couple of weeks for various reasons, and a mysterious friend on FaceBook picked up on that, and the fact that I'm still wrestling with Caleb's diagnosis. While we were at Urgent Care with Elijah, someone anonymously dropped off two dozen amazing cupcakes at our house! My brother was staying with the other three kids, and when I asked him to describe what the person looked like, I got, "She was a woman, and she had brown hair." Thanks, Buddy. That really narrows it down. Lol!

I think I figured out who it was, but it's amazing how much this brighten my very tired day (and week and couple of months).

And last week, another friend found my coke bottle! She dropped it off with the sweetest encouraging card! I should add that when she dropped the coke off, it still had the beverage in it. I just drank it before I thought to take a photo. Lol!
Goodness, the encouragement has done so much for me this week! I needed to be reminded that I'm not walking this motherhood road alone. Sometimes I forget that my support system has my back, and it gets lonely sorting through the ins and outs of raising our kids. So thanks, friends! Thanks for not letting me do this by myself!

3. Sisters
Ellie and Abby

These girls are so proud of being sisters. They LOVE the fact that they belong together. :) It makes my heart happy!

This weekend, Ellie asked Abby if she could brush her hair. They happily sat on the couch together as Ellie made Abby "pretty!" Aw, don't ever grow up!

4. #JBFKC Sale


I hit one of the Just Between Friends sales in the metro this weekend! I'm excited to report that I now have ALL of the winter coats, snow pants, and snow boots I need to dress four kids. Plus, I did all of our Christmas shopping except for a few small items for their stocking stuffers.

But that's not the best part! The best part was definitely finding the trikes! Last week, a friend gave me their trike that they were finished with, and then today, I found three more for a total of $35 at the sale. Each of our kids is going to get their own trike for Christmas! That means that on average for 4 trikes, I spent $8.75 each. Um....how insane is that?!  Yay!

I love consignment sale shopping because it makes everything so much more affordable. I don't even know how much 4 brand new trikes would cost, but I do know that it would be out of our price range. If you are in Kansas City, there is still SO much good stuff left! I went to the JBF Overland Park media presale today, and it opens to the general public tomorrow. I highly recommend popping over!


Now it's your turn! What Little Things brightened up your week? Link up your post below (or leave a comment if you aren't a blogger) and make sure you come back next week to play again!

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