Over the past month, I've found myself not writing as much as I'd like. Typically I have my "computer / coffee time" right after breakfast. The girls play [usually pretty well] together, and I sit, perched atop my bar stool, and enjoy the opportunity to warm up to the day.
Many days over the past few weeks, though, we've been up and running. Either we've had morning swimming lessons...or we've had something to do with the house...or we've been off on an adventure. It's all been good...but I surely miss my "quiet time" [RELATIVELY speaking] when I don't have it for a few days. And I really miss my writing therapy, too!
I am trying to keep up with my camera, though. I continue to try to balance the desire for a photographically good picture with wanting to capture the day-to-day as best I can. I've definitely gotten better at that balance. You'll see some "nicer" photos, and some that just had to be taken...no matter the lighting...'cause I had to capture the moment.
Even busy-busy-busy, life is so very sweet! And even if I don't reflect that in words as often as I'd like these days, I'm thankful I have some pictures to jog my memory.
Here are some of the highlights from our weekend!
On Friday my Baby B wanted me to take a picture of the "smile" she'd made with her necklace. Baby A came up behind her for an impromptu hug. L-O-V-E!!!
Saturday morning we went to a birthday party for one of the girls' sweet little classmates. I'd climbed to the top of their play structure to try to coax A down the slide, and I snapped this picture of B, swinging below. [Marcia, do you love the negative space?!!!]
Here's B, showing me some kind of nut (???) she found. I love those baby hands so, so much!!!
Here are A&B, checking out the birthday girl's chicken coop. They were talking in baby-speak, "Hey, baby chicks!" So sweet!
On Sunday morning, Baby A asked for some white paper (NOT cream!), and she drew this house while I was making breakfast. Perhaps we have an architect in the making???
The girls play "vet" very frequently, but to date they've always had a very humanitarian focus. Sunday morning they got out both cash registers -- one for each of them -- in their vet's office set-up. I guess they finally decided to cash in on the deal. HA!
And Sunday afternoon, Hubby and I embarked on cleaning out the garage. The girls played SO well while we worked...something I would not have thought possible, even six months ago. At one point I found some puzzles that were mine as a child. They were dusty and musty...but perfect for a driveway project. The girls had so much fun! And how fun it was for me to see them playing with something I last touched more than 30 years ago! :) :)
Pictures. Some are pretty good. Some are not. But I love them all the same!!!