Daybook

Outside my window…it’s bright and sunny.  And hot.  Still.  So very hot.  It’s September.  Where is Autumn?

I am thankful…for rare moments of peace and quiet.  This is not one.

From the learning rooms…just finishing up our “B”eautiful “B” week.  I promise to post the details soon.

In the kitchen…homemade pizza.  A little sauce, some mushrooms, peppers, onions, and olives, plenty of Italian sausage and pepperoni.  Half without cheese.  I think my littlest one might just be allergic to a few things so I’m trying to cut out the dairy, soy, and eggs.  We’ve been down this road before, but it doesn’t make it any easier.  I’m trying to remember what in the world I ate in those early days with William. 

I am wearing…jean shorts and a pink tank top.

I am hoping…for a chance to pick up a book again soon.

I am hearing…”Mommy, look at this.”  I hear that often.  And I try to always stop and look because I know.  I know that someday soon no one will be begging me to look.   

Around the house…just trying to keep my head above the water.  The laundry seems to never stop.  There are always dishes piling up.  We pick up the toys and like magic, they reappear.  As for the rest of the house, I do a little here and a little there.  Maybe one day I can have a sparkling, tidy house but for now I’m be happy to have a well-lived in home. 

One of my favorite things…a toddler who constantly asks, “Why?”  At least he’s wondering and exploring.

Here is picture for thought I am sharing…We went to visit the University this past weekend.  While we were there, we stopped in the library to get some water and discovered something extremely exciting for a 2 and a 4 year old…the bookshelves can now be moved just by turning the wheel. 

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