Mom and Dave are spending the day at the new house finishing up the painting and cleaning. Kristin and I ran into town this morning with Hunter. We needed to pick up a few things and she had a chiropractor appointment. When we got home, we thought it would be a nice idea to go across the street to the only "real" restaurant in Kagawong to enjoy some lunch.
As we loaded up Hunter in the stroller and started on our way, Kristin said, "I feel like a Mommy". I reminded her that feeling is appropriate considering she is, in fact, a mommy. She replied by saying that it is sometimes hard to feel like a mommy when all you do is sleep and feed a child. True enough.
We made it to the restaurant, sat down and Kristin, beaming, said, "It feels so good to do a normal person thing". We enjoyed the most delicious chicken fingers and fries. K especially loved the meal since she's now able to eat chicken after 9 months of not being able to do so. The phrase "These are the best chicken fingers I've had in ages" was really true.
I'm glad that K and Hunter are starting to be able to get into a routine together where they are able to do normal people things.