Well, if you are a lucky little tyke who happens to have a very resourceful grandma sitting in the seat next to you in the car, you might just end up looking like this.
This picture was taken shortly after beginning our very long drive to go on our vacation. Max had toasted himself two waffles and only eaten one of them so my mom put the other one in a sandwich bag and brought it along for him to eat later.
When Max was having difficulty with the headphones, his clever grandma came to the rescue and grabbed the closest thing she could find to lift the headphones high enough to reach his ears.
He traveled like that for over an hour and a half.
When we stopped for
Apparently, he was unaware that he had traveled the last hundred miles or so with a waffle on his head.
To say that he was confused would be an understatement.
(I do need to mention that this turned out to be the perfect solution, the waffle was just the right thickness to raise the headphones to the proper position, and it conformed nicely to the shape of Max's head.
I do, however, have one word of advice if you plan to try this at home. You will need to remove the waffle from the sandwich bag. We first tried it inside the bag, and it kept sliding off the back of his head)
We were on vacation for 10 days. I would like you all to look at these photos and guess where we traveled to. (If I already told you where we went, you don't get to guess, because obviously, that would be cheating)
I will write more about the trip tomorrow. Right now, I need to go to sleep.
I'm still sick.
My doctor managed to squeeze me into his schedule tomorrow morning at 8:20, which is the exact time that I should be dropping my kids off at school.
I just love it when I have the opportunity to be in two places at once.