Peaches cries out, Mommy! As though she has not spent the day within five feet of me at all times. I had just gone to the restroom, gone all of five seconds. But she is thrilled to see me.
Reading her favorite stories and eating cherry tomatoes, seeds and juice dripping down her chin.
Counting everything 6,7,8,10. Again and again.
Bouncing, bouncing everywhere. My little bunny Foo-Foo.
Bobba Is code for a drink of anything, and Cocoa means food.
Again and again.
She is sunshine.
It is late and we curl up in bed, she counts her toes and we sing the ABC song until her eyes start to close. Finally. Finally she is asleep and the exhaustion of having a two year old leech melts away. She is my drug, my tiny little human, my last, my baby.
I can’t wait to do it all again tomorrow.
I currently have one super sweet DSLR, one pretty awesome compact (camera), two cell phones with cameras and two kindles with cameras. Coincidentally I have no Easter pictures.
Last night was a train wreck of one needy child after another so that by 6:30 this AM, when the children wanted to see if the bunny had hopped on by, I garbled a short consent and fell back asleep. I am fairly certain Joff didn’t even move.
By the time I did crawl out of bed, Abby was laying on the couch staring at a round chocolate egg with glazed over eyes and a sick look to her face.
By lunch the rest of the children where asking for greens. Soups. A peanut butter sandwich. Anything but sweets. Chantelle actually handed me her basket at point and told me she couldn’t even look at it anymore. Tilly is three.
Based on the baskets friends and family posted pictures of on social media, I would have said we where down right stingy with the candy this year.
So all in all a raging success:)
Oh hey, it was 15 degrees last night, and snowing today. What the freak is up with that? James and Mandy better get that guest room ready, I need some sunshine! I want to go on a hike! I hate mud! Lets just skip the mud and cold and go straight to warm weather. And by warm weather I am asking for anything above 35.
(Wrote this on Easter and I didn’t even bother to publish. Sigh. I need help.)
Yikes has it has been a while!
I swear the earth spins faster the older I become.
Life is a muddly puddly mess, but rather enjoyable at the same time, so no giant complaints here!
Spring is taking its own sweet time arriving this year.
We have a new puppy, Bella.
Evs has a Lepoard Gecko named Gene Kelly.
We went on a trip to Mo. and had a wonderful time.
Today we have finally discovered that our well pump is bad, we have not had water for a month and a half! But there is a solution on the horizon, so yea!
Here is a picture of the Peach, who is as adorable as ever. The stickers are from the doctor, for being an angel at her appointment:)