I think that's all I need to do. It's been a rough couple of days around here. There's been no school, so both kids have been home with me. One is homeschooled so she's always home and while she takes up most of my time, it's not too difficult to handle just her, but put them both together, when it's cold and you can't go outside or anywhere really, so it's just them and me, and before long it turns into something of a nightmare. I don't think they're that bad, just noisy, argumentative, and rambunctious. It's not like the entire day is horrible. It comes in waves, but when the waves come in I feel like I'm crashing against the rodks. And then their mother comes to pick the boy up for her biweekly overnight visit.Girl doesn't go overnight, she just goes for the Saturday. Mom just picked her up a minute ago. And this is what has set me off. Mom has her hair done, her nails done, she's taking the kids to big sisters ballgame; there are four kids, two with us and two with another family, then they're going to Pizza Hut, and then they're going skating. Fun and Games! She has them two days out of the month and when they're with her it's fun and games. They're with us the rest of the time, and it's baths, and teeth brushing, and school, and schoolwork, and schedules, and routines. I do all the hard stuff, and don't get my hair and nails done, although girl did put my hair up in pigtails this morning. My husband and I deal with their problems and she has fun. Where's the fairness in that?