So here I sit typing, waiting for my kids to fall asleep for their naps. Let me just say, I’m in a good mood. I put away winter clothes, got out summer clothes, reorganized my Little Buddy’s closet, went to the gym, made lunch and now I am getting ready to clean bathrooms. Continue reading
It’s raining. My kids are finally asleep and I’m staring out the window. The numbers on the side of the road are going up, so I know I’m traveling farther and farther away from a memory that I hold so dear. My sister graduated from college this weekend, so we took our first road trip as a family of four. Needless to say, both me and my husband now have gray hair. Well, maybe just him.
Have you ever gone to the grocery store, only to realize when you come home that you forgot an important item like milk or eggs? Well this past week I went to Trader Joe’s and stocked up on lots of different items only to come home to find that we only had a few slices of bread left. This obviously isn’t a problem for me since I’m gluten free, but my husband and my little buddy could live off of turkey sandwiches. I didn’t feel like running out to the store again so I decided, what the heck, I’ll just make my own.
Today my cup runneth over…in the form of a basket. A basket filled with laundry.
My laundry runneth over.
I am trying to find peace with laundry, I really am. It is never ending. When you have a baby, a three-year-old and a husband who seems to change his clothes at least twice a day, the cycle never stops. I don’t know about you other moms, but do you ever feel like when you are folding your family’s clothes, you have the fewest items in the pile? Strange. Maybe it’s because I wear the same thing everyday: at work I wear scrubs and at home I wear workout-type pants/sweats, which is the most practical (or maybe the mere thought of wearing jeans or anything that doesn’t have an elastic waistband sends chills down my spine…Ha). Continue reading
Things have been pretty busy around my house lately. I have been working on this post FOREVER and today I FINALLY finished…..shew.
Making homemade baby food was one of my favorite things that I did for my son when he was a wee tot. Now that my daughter is a full six months old (wahh!) my baby food making is in full gear! Continue reading