So this is my Friday night at the Allendale Homecoming game. I am enjoying the game, even the the temps were just wrong for a football game, to HOT! So my son comes up crying his eyes out saying he can have crooked teeth the rest of his life. I ask him what's up and he says his retainer was in his pocket and it fell out. Now he had been hanging out with his friends all over the place. So we go down and check out every napkin on the ground (because that's what he had put it in). Finally we find it in an interesting place and yes it is broken. Well I am none to happy, but everyone near us is saying it happens, yada, yada. Well so I make an appointment for the Orthodontist for yesterday and we go and have a new mold made. By the way, some how he will be paying this off, since this is the 2nd time. So I take him to school and he calls me in the afternoon saying, I have bad news. YEAH! He was doing extra work in the hallway and someone stepped on his glasses. I don't know how that happens when glasses are supposed to be on ones head. Mr. Thompson and I worked for quite a while on them, finally using a paper clip to keep them together until the end of the day. I told him to tell the other kids it's your antenna. So last night after school we went to the Optometrist(?). Praise God that was covered by warranty. So my question is, can anyone relate, and do they start to remember things you've said 1000 times eventually?
Here's a picture of my oldest too. He is a true blessing, I am just always amazed at what they don't think of.