Moment by moment.
Using nothing but my cell phone.
We went camping last weekend.
And I didn’t even take my camera.
But we did borrow a friend’s trailer…and I am forever ruined.
I don’t know that I’ll ever be able to tent camp again.
Like, ever. EVER.
It was just too nice.
I’ve gotten into the habit of just tossing out catalogs and not even opening them.
The perfect photos of perfect homes with perfect everythings can be depressing.
But since we were camping, and I needed something to flip through, I allowed myself the latest Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware catalogs that happened to come the very day we were leaving.
And I am irrevocably in love with this chandelier.
As in, I’m gonna ask for nothing but PB gift cards for my birthday and Christmas until I have enough to get it.
Catalogs are dangerous!!!
Remind me to stick to my previous habit.
It’s too expensive otherwise.
I am forever telling Jill to leave her brother alone when he’s in his swing.
Doesn’t help when he giggles and grins at her.
Must be the oven mitt.
That she wears CONSTANTLY.
She even wore it to the grocery store the other day.
Kids are weird.
But sibling love is adorable.
I lost my jumble of charms necklace MONTHS ago.
If you know me at all you know that I’m not very sentimental when it comes to stuff.
I don’t tend to get emotionally attached to things and am infamous for throwing things out on a regular basis.
But I found myself all verklempt when I got my replacement necklace in the mail.
It really is meaningful.
All is right in the world again.
I missed it so.
Our annual trip to the pumpkin patch was a success.
I love pumpkin hunting.
It’s only second to Christmas tree hunting.
You should see the behemouth we brought home.
Thing has to weigh at least 200 pounds. Serious.
‘Tis the season for germs and viruses.
Lu had/has a nasty cold.
But it’s ultra cute to hear her raspy little voice.
Wednesdays and Thursdays are home school days, and I was really worried about how I would keep her entertained and still teach Henry (usually she goes to preschool on those days).
It was actually much easier than I expected.
She felt so grown up doing her own “school work”.
This girl seems to always surprise me.
And of course, when one kid gets sick, another follows suit soon after.
By the next morning, both girls woke up feverish.
So home school was even more of a family affair.
And again, I was pleasantly surprised by how well we were able to get things done.
Granted, I prefer our one on one time…but it worked out quite well.
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