Month: March 2019
#139 Four-leaf Clover.
As we were playing outside today, Will asked me about clovers. I told him that usually clovers only have three leaves, but if you are lucky, you may find one with four leaves. This little turkey found not one, but three four-leaf clovers. He is one lucky little man - with eyes like a hawk, … Continue reading #139 Four-leaf Clover.
#138 Bookworm Problems.
You know you're a bookworm when your to-be-read pile is overtaking your nightstand. Update on the books pictured in the photograph: In The Woods, Tana French - my first Tana French book! I really enjoyed it, I'm still thinking about the plot and the characters. I will definitely be picking up more of her books … Continue reading #138 Bookworm Problems.
I seriously cannot get enough of these two together. Their love for eachother just melts my heart. These are just some pictures over the last few days with them; a day in the life with these two.
#136 Date Day with Will.
Mommy & Will lunch date: I told Will I would take him wherever he wanted to go for lunch. His choice? “The blue place!” (aka Culver’s). Give this kid a grilled cheese and an ice cream, and his day is made!
#135 Bike Ride to the Park.
This weekend, we went on a short bike ride down to the park a few blocks away from our house. The sun was shining, there was finally no rain, and it was warm enough to enjoy a day outdoors.
#134 Extra Tired.
This morning on the way to school, Will asked me about Papa's work. I was talking to him about Papa's job, and then I mentioned to him that in a few years Papa will retire. I then went on to explain to him how after you have worked for a certain number of years, after … Continue reading #134 Extra Tired.
#133 The Answer.
Before I lost my mom, before I knew her cancer would return and our days would be numbered, before all of the heartache and loss, I knew a handful of girls that had lost their mother early on in life. Every time a picture would be posted on a social media feed, I would think … Continue reading #133 The Answer.