Holy hell, look what the cat dragged in... Me! It's been a title, (f-ing autocorrect) titch, so I'll catch you up to speed. I'm in Florida, for a "mommy-on-vaca", "daddy-and-kids-in-a-frozen-tundra", "mommy-guilt-spiral" weekend. (Sorry to start things off with an exorbitant amount of punctuation, but I have to weed out the weak). So, petitioning the wider Internet audience (Hi Ellen!) for backup, See? If you let me go on more vacations, I'll write more! We both win. And China looses, more importantly.
Status update: family in Ohio - yay.
Griffin, now 5.5, in Pre-k: so thrilled, he loves it, kind of get a lot of "communication" from his teachers, all love though, read: I can't really say what I'm thinking, read: look for another anonymous blog on the horizon with possible dets. He is super smart and though proud, I find myself daydreaming of the luxury of having a dumb kid who I may have a chance of outsmarting...
Camille, tomorrow 3.Years.Old, wow: easily the funniest person in our family/entire human race, capable of crumbling entire democracies with one word or flip of the double pony-tail. Proficient in driving her older brother insane in seconds, mostly by employing the age old technique of ignoring the living shit out of him. Can I just say that she is a MASTER at ignoring? If ignoring was the single only weapon the earth had against its enemies, Camille would be the front line. Completely solo. I'm so not kidding.
Grant: frequent flyer debonnaire, did I just use that word correctly? Most likely, not. He makes being a dad look good, and all the while not breaking a sweat, which sometimes makes the conspiracy theorist in me check for computer wires while he's sleeping... Kidding! (?). He has the most good natured, level headed personality I have ever tried to destroy, er, I mean ever seen. And he has the ability to make me hysterically laugh simply by shooting me a "are you totally f-ing serious right now" look. One that he has mastered over the past 17 years, omg.
Me: I am staying at home to orchestrate several futures, and once they fire me, I'll go back to work at the hospital, but for now, clean up time and constant bathroom repsponsibities are my forte of choice. I love being in O to the H, and thank God every day for my family here. I miss dearly my NYC friends and habits but try to get back as much as I can to visit.
Hunter: gets his own update! Yay! Is happy to be home with us, eats all of the kids toys, mopes every time Grant leaves, seriously though? Who feeds you, takes you to the vet, walks you, pets you, acknowledges your existence! Me! That's who! But whatever, traitor.
Hope to write more soon, but you know, broken promises don't look good on me.
Have a great life! -Mr. Rossetti, St. Francis DeSales HS principle, 1999