Saturday, February 21, 2009

Envasion of the Teenage Girls!

The squeals, screeches, and giggles, not to mention the ring tones. We have been invaded by Mikayla and her friends. She is having a sleep over for her birthday. MD has been evicted from his theater room (that I can not believe happened). They are watching Eagle Eye (someone brought it). They devoured 2 large pizza's, a 2 liter bottle of soda, and 2 orders of cinnamon sticks from Domino's, also the entire cake I made, tons of ice cream, bags of chips and several boxes of candy. Who knew that young girls could eat soooo much. MD is down there now making them popcorn. And all of that was consumed in less than 3 hours!

He is a sucker for the girls, anything they ask he provides. I still can not believe he gave up his room. But we did get to watch a movie first.
Devin just shakes his head when they are around him, he is trying his darnedest to hide. Since he has been grounded he can not escape very far though. Luckily the girls went outside for a while, the house was quiet at least for a bit.

Since we have been demoted to the living room we are watching Terminator that we had recorded. The Theater is sound proofed and we can still hear them. Ugh girls are loud high pitched squealers!

MD and I were discussing something the other evening, we are sort of torn.

We are a house with no more children. We only have teens now.

On the one hand we are nostalgic for the time when the kids were easier to deal with, fun, and did the cutest things. It was exciting to watch as they discovered something new they could do.

On the other hand, we are excited that we are getting close to a time when it will be just him and I. Time to ourselves, we have never had that time alone. Never had time to get to know each other without a child around. It will be another adventure to learn together.


utmomof 5 said...

You two deserve a medal for hosting that party!! Hope you survive to read this comment :)

Laggin said...

Funny, cause I just asked Car-man yesterday what it was we used to do before we had kids!