I Missed It

Obviously the concept of April Fool’s Day was discussed at school. Alex understood it was a trick or joke day, but not what that really meant. He would make an outlandish statement and then say April Fool’s. By bedtime we were kind of worn out and finally tried to explain to him that it was more an action or real trick you tended to play on someone. He promptly went in the bathroom, rolled out all the toilet paper, and then called Wade and said, “April Fool’s”. Maybe next year…
(I was upstairs putting Kailtyn to bed and appalled that it hadn’t occurred to my husband to take a picture before he cleaned it up!)

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