We walked to a craft show this beautiful October morning and I scored this cute print! Can’t wait to get it framed and hang it in the kids playroom. This is one of the first lazy Saturdays we’ve had in a while so we took our time checking out the changing leaves and minos along our way. A lady pulled her car over while we had stopped to look at a creek and said, “Oh those were the good ole days. Y’all enjoy this!” I couldn’t help but smile. For all the afternoons that I feel like I could become an alcoholic, these days are so good. And we truly do enjoy it all.
With tae back in school full time I’ve been spending a lot of time with my girls. I love to watch them play together. I remember thinking when Macky was a baby that someday I would be glad they were 16 months apart. Well… It’s that day. These two don’t do much without each other. They play babies and a game called “do you want to come to my house?” Lilah grace takes care of here little sister just as Macky takes care of her. They help each other get dressed and eat breakfast. They hold hands in stores and kiss each other good night. I sure do miss my little man while he is at school, but I am loving this time I’m getting to watch my sweet girls. Because after all… They’ll both be off to school in a blink of an eye.
My attempt to keep the kids entertained.
Lasted all of 10 minutes.
Yea…we’re ready for school.
But, it’s not always the kids that I have to worry about either.
A few weeks ago my husband hit us all with a big…
“Hey Watch This!”
And proceed to ride Taegan’s Razor Scooter down our steep front yard hill.
He rode the break the whole way down and as it would have it, the metal on metal of the break burned a hole right through the bottom of hit foot.
An injury we had to hear about for the next 3-4 weeks.
Although a “Hey watch this” is usually a sign of something bad to come, the alternative is not much better.
If its quiet for too long you know something is up.
Also a dead give away?
When you ask…
“Hey, what are you doing?”
And you get a quick responds of…
You know your in for it.
There is just a little something I’ve learned in my 6 short years of being Mom.