Tonight – Leftovers. It was supposed to be chili, but we had enough leftover spaghetti from last night for tonight. I’m not a huge fan of spaghetti, so I’m hoping to convince Jon that I should get Jimmy John’s for dinner – heck, I wish I could convince him of that five days a week!
The number 13 sub all day, eer day!
Thursday – Chicken and hummus and a fattoush salad, but with spinach – Darn romaine recall
Friday – Out – Amen.
Saturday – Pumpkin Soup – I’ve never made this before – wish me luck
Sunday – Lasagna
Monday – Leftover lasagna
Tuesday – Chili
I’ve been thinking a lot about years past and how much I’ve adored the innocence of our kids. The magic is still in the air and I’m loving every single bit of it!
I love how intensely the kids spoke with Santa this year, I marvel at how much they’ve enjoyed searching for Elmer the Elf in the mornings, I’m amazed at how seriously they took to trimming the tree, I’m giddy anytime they dance to Christmas music in the living room. I’m well aware of these special and fleeting moments and I try not to take them for granted.
…because my oh my, how fast it goes…
Poor little man had just finished crying. Nothing like a Mama snuggle to make it better…
That round face and bald head… LOVE.
Okay, so there’s that.
Now for my first world problems. Our bathroom is in the far corner of our house, which means every person who enters our home must walk into the house and basically through the entire upstairs to gain access into our bathroom. I can’t get into our bedroom during the day, so I need to make sure my clothes are either set out every night, or I need to make sure I’m not rummaging through my closet any time past 7 a.m. The kids clothes, as well. We’ve been eating our breakfast in the basement and we’re all using our tiny bathroom in the basement to get ready in the mornings. Our old bathroom and its bathroom accessories and necessities are currently being housed in two laundry baskets next to the guest bed that Jon and I are currently sleeping in every night.
World’s tiniest violin, I know.
But the question was posed, so there you have it. Nothing I’m dreading, just something that’s a tad bittersweet…, you know what I mean. Anyway, I’ll leave this part of my post with a smile and share some progression pictures!
Oh and remember how I told you about wrapping my nieces and nephews gifts like snowmen?
Well, I found sound cube sized boxes at Hobby Lobby! I’m pumped because it’ll make the process soooooo much easier than running around trying to find leftover cardboard boxes throughout the house. I may have to post my own little “tutorial,” if you will, on how to assemble these sweet snowman boxes.
The memories to be made.
Taking it slow and enjoying my kids while they’re still little. 😉
Also, Jon accidentally deleted some of my Hallmark movies which I had yet to watch.
I know, right?
His punishment? He now has to watch one…perhaps, two, Hallmark movie(s) with yours truly.
Aaaaaaand I’ve still been tuning in to listen to Rachel Hollis every morning over on Facebook. She and her husband Dave are so good at getting my fired up about my day!
Thanks a bunch for stopping by today!