. . . just a glimpse of what takes place during our wild friday nights these days.
We celebrated sixteen years of marriage (twenty years together) today with a breakfast date (us and the babe) because of an evening full of practices for the bigger two. We took a car to get fixed at the shop, started preparing for the little’s second birthday party (this weekend), helped with homework, put away laundry, did the dishes (always doing the dishes), worked, picked up kids from school, had a late dinner of pizza and kept five humans and a dog alive one more day. Just another day full of love and life and living. Sixteen years of marriage has given us everything we ever hoped for. Those and every minute more with all of these gifts is so worth celebrating!
How can it be? In a month, our youngest little will be the big T-W-O. I’m looking so forward to celebrating with him but at the same time I’m finding myself feeling pretty nostalgic about the day he was born and those first few months after. Such beautiful, sweet times for all of us. Before my cheeks become damp, back to some of the sweet and simple times we are sharing now. As of late, some of those special times involve books. Currently, the below are some of his favorites. He’s really into pictures and objects so even though he may not be comprehending all of the words the illustrations still keep him thinking and interested.
1 – Windows by Julie Denos
2 – Before and After by Jean Jullien
3 – Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn by Kenard Pak
4 – Opposites with Frank Lloyd Wright
5 – Almost Everything by Joelle Jolivet
6 – Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? by Bill Martin Jr. & Eric Carle
8 – Oh No, George! by Chris Haughton
9 – One Thousand Things by Anna Kovecses
It’s rainy and dreary here today (and little man is currently napping). So perfect! I’m looking forward to making breakfast for dinner and these biscuits – https://www.momontimeout.com/perfect-biscuits-every-time-recipe/#wprm-recipe-container-19131. I only use about half of the sugar when making them (unless I’m making them as part of a dessert). They really are so so good! These are pretty great (and easy) also!
. . . two things that are really sticky (and hot) this time of year in the southern midwest. (wink, wink)