Rochester Kids Create 235 Snowmen for E-Learning Class
Does anyone know how many days we've been home so far? I'll be honest, I have lost track. My inbox is also a disaster with all of the Skyward and Google Classroom e-mails for my three kids. You may want to sit down for this, but I have over 5,000 e-mails in my inbox right now. I know. And, every day, I get a bunch more from school. Because I just can't keep up, my kids are now working on their "Independent Learning" skills and as a result of being independent, I didn't know where they were for a few hours today. Turns out, they were making tiny snowmen. A LOT of tiny snowmen.
Before I get the "How did you not know where your kids were!" e-mails, relax. My kids are 18, 15, and 12 so I don't have toddlers running around. Right now, I'm working out of my walk-in closet because I talk on the radio and I need a quiet spot. I close the door, do my shows and then come back to my reality of being a mom and seeing piles of laundry to fold and a dishwasher that never seems to be empty.
Today, when I walked out of the closet, my house was unusually quiet. With kids, that can be a good or a bad thing and luckily this time, it was good. Actually, it was really funny. Check out the video!
My kiddos started their fun adventure today because they needed to get in their minutes of physical activity for P.E. class. That turned into hours of fun and an all-out prank for their sister with 235 tiny snowmen in her parking spot. ⛄ So funny! They are missing the buttons for eyes and a carrot for a nose but you gotta give them credit...THAT took a lot of work.
BTW, did you notice I'm #WearingBlueForYou - yes, I'm talking about my hair. I am officially taking the title of the Only DJ in Rochester with blue hair and I'm doing it all to support those that are essential and being brave. I'm wearing blue for you. You can read that whole story here.
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