Thursday, March 25, 2010

To do Friday:

1. Wash clothes.
2. Dry clothes.
3. Fold clothes.
4. PUT CLOTHES AWAY! (This is the hardest to do)

The list goes on, but I will work on this one tomorrow.

All in the bag

I found this cute little purse at a vintage store one night.
Can't stop using it. Good find too, only  $10.

A date

Jeremiah and I went out the other day. We were supposed to be doing paperwork, but decided upon other things to do.

My mom and dad were watching the little ones. 

With no boys around, just the two of us, it was kind of like old times, except I worry too much about them. 

We had lunch, hung out at the shop, drove around, stopped to watch the river flow, did a little shopping, watched a movie. It was fun to be alone.

Can't wait to do it again soon. I'll try not to worry so much next time.

I promise!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Goofin' off with Mom

Dollar store find

I am loving these earrings and they only cost a buck.

Too cute!
These two are what keep me moving every day.  Some days I find it hard to get out of bed, but I start to think about these two little people who mean so much to me.  I can't even explain how much I love them, it's beyond words (cliche, yes, i know, but oh so true).  

This photo was taken after a huge fit was thrown by Mr. long hair.  

It was not pretty! 
We managed to work through it, we always do, and I always end up feeling drained.  Then everything goes back to normal and we are all happy again.  

Right now, I am feeling a little down and I can't even explain why.  It's a strange feeling that bugs me.  I wish it would go away.  

It will eventually and I will get through it, just like we do everything else.  

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Strawberry Ice Pops

2 cups frozen strawberries
1/2 cup apple juice
2 tablespoons honey
1/2 lemon (optional)


Why I love my big boy

Jonas and I made delicious strawberry ice pops today. They are really good. The recipe calls for two tablespoons of honey, which we added.

After they were ready I handed one to Jonas and one to Angus. Then Jonas looks at Angus and says to me, "No, don't give him that, it has honey!"

I immediately take it away from Angus, which makes him cry and what do you think his big brother went to do. He said, "Don't cry Angus," and he runs to the refrigerator, "here, eat some yogurt."

Angus was happy with his yogurt.

Babies, for some reason, can't have honey until, well, I can't remember when, but Jonas knew that and remembered and stopped me from giving it to his little brother.

I hugged him and thanked him for helping mommy and for loving his brother.


Sunday, March 14, 2010

One lucky guy!


Our cute little peach tree has tons of "baby peaches" (Jonas' name for them).

Can't wait for them to be ready. We'll be making peach pie, peach smoothies, peach pops, peach anything we can think of.

Or if I need a little snack, I'll just step outside and grab one off the tree. Nice!

Mis Amores

My boys. Each is unique in his own way. They both teach me patience, playfulness and many other things that I will add later.

My hubby. I don't think he knows how proud I am of him. He has many talents and seems to master each one without difficulty.