Watching the game was emotional. I was so proud of the way that the players handled themselves - on both teams. Watching the Nittany Lions walking onto the field arm-in-arm brought tears to my eyes.
The kids played outside most of the time...
I had no idea what they were drawing when they were out there, but needless to say, I was thrilled when I saw the final projects. :)
I managed to catch Emily flying through the air...
So all in all, it was a good day. Long, but good. The kids did pretty good at Teri's house and at the park, and then they started to fall apart - I think that they were all getting tired. By the time we got back here, they all pretty much lost it with each other and everyone was pushed to the limit. There was a lot of screaming and yelling and tantrum throwing - both from them and from me (not proud to admit that, but it's all a part of life).
We ate supper and got baths and the boys all went to bed early. The girls are watching a movie while I play around on the computer, but I still have about 87 loads of laundry to do, along with cleaning the kitchen. I was really hoping to get to bed early tonight, but I have a feeling that once again, that isn't going to happen.
Imagine that. Maybe tomorrow will be calmer.