Thursday, March 18, 2010

This Morning

This morning...

~I've got the teensiest weensiest bit of a pink nose after our day spent outdoors yesterday: hope that there is light at the end of this LONG, wintry, blizzardy tunnel.

~I'm feeling 'connected' (in the companionship sort of way) because I've found a new mama friend in the neighborhood and am getting out to see other friends more regularly.  Hibernation is lonely.

~two loads of laundry have already been washed, dried, folded, and put away.  And two more are in the works.  Contrary to how it looked yesterday, we will NOT drown in our laundry.

~Andrew is talking in his crib. All signs point toward the dropping of a second nap around these parts, but I am holding on for dear life.

~I woke with a headache for the fourth day in a row.  Methinks it's time to pull out the Snoogle.

~My to-do list already has half its items marked off from another day.  Head start!

~Itty Bitty is squirming around.

~I'm thankful.


Julie said...

Life is good - you describe simple blessings in such a poignant way!

Jamie and Alec Helms said...

Ohhhh... how I miss the fluttering feelings in my belly!! Enjoy every moment! I hope your headache disappears today!

Rhonda Hennessy said...

I love a good to-do list (not necessarily all the items on it though)! We dropped ML's second nap on Sunday with daylight savings time. It's been great! I just made sure she got as much rest as she would on Saturday and kept her up a tiny bit later than normal. She slept later (and even later with the time change) than normal on Sunday and was fine until her 12:30 nap (which was a solid 2 hours). It's not THAT bad :) Good luck!

BettieBoyd said...

Just Snoogle down, Baby Girl! Love you and your pink nose and Andrew and Itty Bitty too!

Aunt Betty said...

Rhonda is correct when you drop the morning nap the afternoon one goes much longer....better in someways to have that big block of time it also makes doing things in the morning easier! Enjoy the spring, the butterflies in your tummy, and your two wonderful boys!