OK. Does it count if like 27 of them are drafts?
I was thinking of a Bon Voyage Post. We're leaving tomorrow for MEXICO!
Or maybe I'd write a Ganesh Tattoo Post
Or a Kim Update
While lying in bed, looking at the beautiful clear blue sky, thinking about packing...
Yeah. Packing. Haven't done that yet. We leave tomorrow morning at 4am
That's OK. It'll take like 5 minutes.
All we need are swimsuits, goggles, a tee shirt or 2, and passports.
That's what I told Andrew's father.
Andrew is Jack's best bud, and he's coming with us to MEXICO!
They're so excited. We all are.
When Andrew's father asked what he needed to bring, I said
a bathing suit, water shoes, and his passport.
Is that it?
ummm... that's the most important stuff... chuckle
Are you sure?
I wasn't sure what he was getting at. I'm still not sure he was getting at anything.
Well, at 6:30 this morning, looking out the window at the clear blue sky, it occurred to me
can we cross the Mexican border with SOMEONE ELSE'S KID???
so... google to the rescue
and the answer is apparently not
google said we could try, but they might not let us through without a notarized letter.
Signed by both parents.
And his birth certificate
OK. My bank has a notary
Hopefully, Andrew's parents have a copy of his birth certificate relatively handy.
I have no idea where my kids' are...their birth certificates...not my kids...my kids are still asleep...i think
Hopefully, both his parents are available to sign a letter in front of a notary on a Saturday
Thank Ganesh I don't need our kids' birth certificates. I hope.
I found a handy dandy online site called LawDepot.com.
With a handy dandy printable form to be used if you're taking someone else's kid across international borders.
It's too early to call Andrew's parents.
And I'm loathe to let them know they're entrusting their only child to such a dumbass.
It will work out. It always does. I am indelibly marked by the Remover of Obstacles.
I'll keep you posted.