Jamie took the day off from work today, and after both of us sleeping in (he was also very kind to get dressed and take the older two boys to daycare), we watched the movie The Social Network. We both really enjoyed watching it. Funnily, I found myself checking in on Facebook a few times while watching the story of how Facebook became to be. My husband, who is not on facebook, still won't go on facebook. I thought maybe by watching the movie, he might change his mind, but nope. He still won't create an account.
I started a new project while watching the movie. I went down in needle size, hoping to make it fit Quentin well, but I have an odd hunch that it will either just just fit him or it'll be too tight. I will try it on him tomorrow. It would probably fit a newborn best, so if that's the case, I'll keep it (and finish it) for a newborn photography prop. I have plenty of yarn in just one skein to make 2 hats, I'm sure. I'll try the hat on Quentin tomorrow and see how it fits him. I'm already done 4" of the 6" that is required for this hat, so I won't frog it.
When I picked up the boys from daycare today, it wasn't so pleasant. Sean has been having behavior issues lately at meal time at daycare, not behaving with his food. (Food on the floor, food in another kid's hair, and today, he chewed up his cucumber and then put it on someone's plate). WHY!? He knows better than to play with food. I don't understand why he's doing this at school. He never plays with his food at home. Everyone is just telling me "It's cuz he's 4 years old'. But that's not an excuse. I didn't raise him this way. Why is he rebelling at daycare? And Mack has been very emotional lately at daycare, crying over little things for nothing. I try talking to him and telling him that he doesn't have to cry over every little thing, that he's a big boy now. Hopefully he will stop doing this. He might be crying, but I am so glad that the whining he used to do all the time, has stopped. I think I'd rather the crying over whining. Hopefully we'll have a good weekend with the kids, and no bad behavior. The time out chair doesn't seem to work for Sean anymore, so now when he's not behaving he has to go sit on his bed and think about what he's done. When he does misbehave at daycare they do take away privileges from the kids. He'll start losing privileges at home too - if he doesn't behave. I don't know what else to do to get his attention.