This weather is perfect, strange that it's January, feels like it should be April.
E started flag football this week, something new to see if he loves or not. He's been going with A to the archery range, and loves it. Uh-oh, here comes another expensive hobby.
I will not feel bad about sitting and staring at Miss M for extended lengths of time. I am in love and it's totally acceptable. The dishes will still be dirty, the floor will still need to be vacuumed, the laundry will still need to be folded. But she will only be this small for a very short period of time, and I'm drinking her in until I'm full.
I took all of my maternity clothes and any boy clothes that Mr. M has grown out of: all the baby stuff, toddler stuff, to the DI bin. A small part of me is a little sad. I love my baby boys and am mourning their growing too big for a lot of things, both physical and emotional.
Last week my feelings of missing my mom were thicker than usual. I'm not sure why, but I'm glad that the salve of happiness is returning.
A will be starting a new work schedule in April. It will be a 4/10 work week instead of 3 weeks of 3/12 shifts and 1 week of 4/12 shifts. I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand his days off will be predictable, and he will be at home more on the days that he has to work. But it sure is nice having him home at least four days per week most of the time.
The sick stomach is making it's rounds through our family. I sure hope it skips the baby. The good news, it seems to only last 1 day.
I'm mad at Netflix right now. For some reason it isn't streaming through our BluRay player. A could explain the reasons to you, but I'm not down with all the technical jargon, he told me why, but it didn't stick to any of my brain. I just know that my evening routine post boy bedtime is off without my British dramas to watch while I'm cooing at Miss M before her 10pm bedtime.
I must have 'hack into my online accounts' written somewhere in the web o' sphere because both my email and my iTunes accounts have been hacked in the last 2 weeks. I'm glad that iTunes figured out that I probably didn't buy 5 books with titles written in Asian lettering and refunded my money.
I'm going with my sister and sister-in-law to Italy in seven years. I've started saving my pennies already. Anticipation is something I excel at so the next 84 months should be interesting.