She really was a cute toddler. The imaginary friend left a lot to be desired though. Seriously.
We worked on the whole potty training thing first. Because, let’s face it. That whole thing really sucks.
Mollie is such a brilliant little girl! We bought her this walker and she immediately took it walking around my office.
I love having her spend time with my while I work on my potions. She’s fun now that I am not sleep deprived.
After dinner Victor snagged me as I was clearing the table.
“Hey, I wanted to talk to you about my job at the school. Meet me in the living room?”
“Liddy, I know that I promised to stay home and help with the kids, but I don’t think we afford it if I quit work.”
“We have college to think about. And expenses for not one but two children. I just don’t think my writing career will be able to cut it.”
“But…what about the book deal? You were doing so well. I thought it was going to work?”
“Yeah, but hun, we ne—”
“I am not going to raise two kids on my own! Are you crazy?!”
The only time we ever see you is at bedtime…
We need you here, Vic.