Friday, September 28, 2012

Bits 'N' Pieces

When this week started I was full of enthusiasm and excitement... this week is finishing with the feelings of frustration and defeat. Oddly enough, my new emotions have nothing to do with the adjustment of having 3 kids... for now though I am looking back and finding the positives in the week...
1. Tiny hands
2. A moment alone
3. Pretending the hippo is eating him... he made it look oddly difficult
4. Going one step higher then he thought he could
5. Loving the sling and the beautiful day
6. Chapman's new Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream... soooo good... excellent for stress eating!
7. An awake moment
8. A beautiful gift from a sweet sister.


Kaylee said...

Love this post :)

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