Right now Caroline is getting her shoes on so she can go play in it while Maggie snoozes.
We still have two houses that we are maintaining, but luckily the end is in sight. Ironically enough it was 11 years ago this weekend that we closed on that first house. Hard to believe how much has changed since then.
I had a whole blog post somewhere already written about a bad bout of stomach flu that took us all out. You know, a post that documents how awful it is to have two young kids vomiting especially when you are hugging the porcelain bowl yourself. In the madness of our busy lives I probably deleted it.
Life seems really good right now (or I'm just feeling especially optimistic). The challenges we face are really minor when you think about how hard others have it or how hard it could be. But of course the feeling of gratitude often leads to anxiety, the stress of wanting to fiercely protecting our fragile balance.That balance that is really beyond control.
Enough with that train of thought...I wanted to check in, continue to post and document our daily lives.
I'll close with some pictures that we had taken for Bubby and Grandpa's 40th wedding anniversary.
I call this one, EMO teenager in training
This is my southern belle - I imagine her saying, "Oh goodness me"
The whole crazy clan