While I took 30 seconds to myself to go pee the other day, Aaron took it upon himself to make himself a cup of tea. He took out the used Kcup that was in the machine from the last person to use it, threw it away, put in the new tea Kcup, put his Star Wars cup in the correct position to catch the tea, and pushed the button. Thankfully it was on a setting that his cup didn’t overflow. Since I realized my child has gorilla arms and can reach the Keurig to make a cup even though we have it pushed back as far on the counter as it will go, I unplugged the machine. Good thing I unplugged it. When I went to show my husband, there was a new Kcup in the machine where Aaron had tried to make another cup of coffee.
Amanda Griffiths sometimes feels as though she's running a zoo instead of a home. With two active autistic boys, they often make the noise of six kids. Pepper in some Army life and cyber schooling for spice, and it's organized chaos at best. When visiting, please don't feed the animals. They have food allergies.