Monday, March 31, 2008

Just another manic Monday.

Saturday went amazingly well. The two year old enjoyed herself most of the day, with the exception of nap-time, which not many toddlers like.

The neighbors were terribly thankful - they'd found out that her mom's cancer is back and she'll be undergoing a bone marrow transplant tomorrow. They also found out (Wednesda) that her 10 year old nephew has lukemia. Did I mention that she's due in five weeks with #2?

Like I said - at this point, what's one more?

For those of you South of the Mason-Dixon line, this is what spring looks like in Minnesota:
I went out for my three miles this morning in 'blowing snow' - fun I tell you. It's still coming down - we're expecting 6" - 8" this morning.

Where is my Husband during all of this? Florida. He left at 5:45 am Sunday morning. He had a terribly important meeting, on the golf course. That left me with the whole day.


Which leads me to the bathroom? Check out the slightly blurry light fixture...

Just taking a little off the top, it won't hurt much...


Why yes, I am a rock star.

Don't worry Dad, I know the difference between flipping the light switch and flipping the breaker switch. You taught me well.

And the kids? They've decided they're gymnasts after bath time.

The boy does surprisingly well with headstands. He's strong and pretty compact.


The Big Girl? She tries, but has the Gangly-Factor working against her.


The Toddler? She just wants to keep up with the other two.

And me? What can I say...


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8 comments:

TX Poppet said...

Well done on bothe the light fixture and the headstand! I'm afraid if I tried that I might just roll away.

g-man said...

You can keep your blowing snow, I'm pretty happy here south of the Mason Dixon :) Bummer about your friends. Kudos on the lights and head stand :) You rock!

Jenny said...

Sorry about the snow, its probably the first one this year we missed (rain here). Cool head stand, I don't think I could do it.

Builder Mama said...

No doubt I would break my neck if I tried to get my fat ass up in a headstand. Seriously.

Sorry to hear about your friend's family. Hopefully everything will turn out OK.

And yeah, I'm with GMan although the weather here has been seriously sucking lately. I'm tired of 45 degrees with misting rain, it's not Seattle for God's sake!

Sarah said...

No snow in NC :) We're having a bit of a 'cold blast' with 45 degree weather after a full week of nice 70 springy weather!

LOVE the headstand photo journaling!

Prayers for your friends family.

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Heather said...

Very nice on the headstand, I am quite impressed!

Aimee Greeblemonkey said...

you guys are so freaking cute.