Today, I had a morning science program from 9-noon at my school that I helped run. I snuck out at 7.45 am while everyone else was sleeping to go set up. By the time I got home at 12.30, I was pretty tired. I tried to get Julie to nap, but she obstinately didn't want to; perhaps that's the reward for letting her sleep in. Our living room is fairly toddler-proof, so I let her play and watch SuperWhy! (her very favorite show on Netflix from PBS kids from which she is learning the alphabet and perhaps even how to read). I relaxed on the couch. I dozed off but thought I was keeping an eye on things.
Tonight, I decided to get the diaper bag all set up for our visit to the Minnesota Children's museum in St. Paul tomorrow. I noticed Julie had been playing with it. Obviously, I slept longer (and deeper) than I had realized. Not only did she play with it; she repacked the diaper bag for me. I was hilariously surprised to find that she had shoved all her diapers into the front pocket (where we keep snacks) and zipped it back up. The entire body of the diaper bag itself was empty, and every other item had been stashed in another pocket somewhere.
All is in order now. We are repacked with items in the correct (for Mama) pockets. Extra snacks, two changes of clothes, and a few distractions are ready to go too. I'm excited to venture up, meet some friends, and have a great time.