Well...it sounds like half of Kansas City has a wet basement. Mine really isn't a disaster, so we'll get it taken care of. It was pretty crazy driving around town and looking at the overflowing creeks, rivers, and lakes today. I hope the golf courses dry up soon!
Not much to report around our house today. Emma is hopefully recovering from a viral infection that had her tonsils swollen up to where they were almost touching in the back of her throat. A visit to urgent care on Saturday proved she didn't have strep. Peighton seems to be doing fine - knock on wood.
The storms had Emma awake last night at around 3:30 AM and down in bed with me. Jen and I raised both girls to sleep in their own beds at all times and this was the first time that I let Emma sleep with me until morning. Needless to say, she thought she was a big shot and was bragging to Peighton first thing this morning. I have to admit, sharing a bed with a spouse for five years and then suddenly sleeping alone is an adjustment. It was kind of nice to wake up this morning to Emma's smiling face and a sweet "good morning." However, she is back in her bed tonight where she can kick and squirm all night long without waking me. Peighton usually sleeps like a rock, so she probably won't be joining me any time soon.
I'll post the most up to date Crawl for Cancer roster tomorrow. I hope everyone that is participating is as excited as I am. What a great week -- movie premiere and pub crawl!