Whoa, let me first begin by telling you go hug your Mom or Dad if they stay at home. Their job is not easy!! Today seemed to go by so quickly; let me tell you everything I did with Delaney’s Dad.
Lightning dropping everyone off for another great day at DCC.
First we drove to pick up a couple neighbors to drive them to school, but before Delaney and her friend were able to be dropped off we drove Delaney’s brother, Darby, to the home of one of his School in the Woods classmates so he could catch a ride with their Mom. We then proceeded to DCC to drop off Delaney and her friend Kaela. By this time I thought we were going home, but I heard a voice in the back seat! It was Kaela’s sister Lydia! I tried to tell Delaney’s Dad that we forgot to drop her off at DCC but it was hard to get his attention, he was so focused on the road. I guess he knew what he was doing because we stopped at a home
Lightning getting some coffee for Mr. Behnken to start the day.
nearby and he walked Lydia to the door. Seeing only him walk back to the truck, I, Lightning T. Bear, figured out on my own that she was dropped off at a friends home. It turns out she is in afternoon Kindergarten with Mrs. Smiley!
One thing that all adults require is COFFEE! I helped Delaney’s Dad make coffee soon after we returned from
Making sure the everyone has clean clothes.
dropping the kids off. See my picture? Maybe someday I will be a Barista! While that was brewing, Delaney’s Dad brought me down to the laundry room; your clothes don’t get cleaned magically you know! See how I got to pour in the laundry soap?!
I learned that Delaney’s Dad is as 95% stay-at-home Dad and a 5% small business owner. After a quick cup of coffee we were both off to his office to check emails! He gets a lot! I should know, I saw them with my own eyes! See me? phew. He said he loves it though. He owns a consulting firm which helps companies with their online
Lightning checking emails with Mr. Behnken.
branding, local marketing, social networks and community partnerships. It keeps him busy during the day when the kids are in school.
After all of the emails were addressed, we were back in the basement, this time to have some fun! Weeee – see me vacuuming?! It was like being at the Rodeo!
Weeee…….. cleaning really can be fun!
Today I was able to look through their cookbook to be able to answer the question, “What’s for dinner?!” You can BEARly see me behind the big book! Can you find me?
Once I planned dinner we were off to the grocery store – buckled for safety! We had to move quickly through the
Lightning and Mrs. Behnken after a very busy day.
store because it was almost time to pick up Delaney along with her two friends from this morning, then drive another 15 minutes to Darby’s school in Black Forest!
After we finally made it home – Delaney’s Dad still had a smile on his face…Delaney took this picture of her Dad and me. I like it! Well, time to make dinner! Have a great evening everyone!!! See you tomorrow!