Thoughts from the past few weeks. To this bouquet, picked and arranged by a certain three-year-old. To this sunflower, carefully tended by that same little boy. To this fluorescent sunrise.To these twinners quietly and methodically flipping through chapter books. To paradigm shifts and refocusing. To paying more attention and not worrying quite so much. To more … More These Weeks: An Ode
To a chocolate cake with pink frosting to celebrate a certain two-year-old in our family. To washing the sink, that turned into playing with cars in the sink. To “look at this mommy!” and the discovery of slugs. To more sunny warm days and peaceful sand exploration. To friends to play piano and sing with. … More This Week: An Ode
Not many photos this week, but so many words. To good friends who know how and when to laugh and cry with me. To late night milkshakes from a certain one of those friends. To tender mercies from God to get me through the week. To two three-year-olds and one almost two-year-old quietly playing as I type. … More This Week: An Ode
To laundry sorted by this adorable helper. To afternoon light in the kids’ room. To the most perfect loaf of sourdough yet. To backyards and friends to romp with. To more days like these.
To new beginnings and the amazing orchid that never dies. To impressive block towers built by cooperative preschoolers. To dynamic post-dinner conversations between siblings. To the huge bunny hopping through our back yard. Thanks for stopping by. To more days like these.
To a girl and her baby doll eating lunch. To these reminders. To little glimpses of number three. To more sunshine and park days. Spring is here! To a sunny walk to the grocery store and these clouds seen through the eyes of a three-year-old. (photo by Arthur.) To the first skinned knees of summer … More This Week: An Ode
(or rather this week and last week) To kid-built blanket forts for post-dinner reading. To these little buddies who love playing together. To potty training successes. . . and the Naked Bum Rebellion. Somehow I will convince you to keep your clothes on. . . To cold snowy days for ice-stomping and snow-tasting. To more … More This Week: An Ode