Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Random Thoughts

* What I want most for Valentines Day is a shower, or better yet.....a hot, bubbly bath.

* Did you know that a baby will sleep all night long in the cruck of your arm, and that you sometimes will be tired enough to actually lay/sit in that one position all night.

* Sometimes a girl just needs to regress.


* When you have older children who adore babies just as much as you do, try not to panic when you turn around from doing dishes to see that your new addition is missing from their bouncy seat, where you will then run frantically through the house only to come upon this scene, and you will choose to take a picture of the cuteness, instead of ringing his neck for scaring you.

* I want to call a "do-over"of this day! Where the temperature was not 20 degrees, and the children are all digging happily in the dirt just as children should.

3 comments:

rcsnickers said...

Hope you had the chance to take that hot bath! You deserve it!

Yeah, I know what you mean. My little boy slept in the crook of my arm for 9 months. Amazing how we can sleep like that. Sweet to wake up and see their face!

Ahhh, how sweet. What a caring loving older son he is. Such sweetness.

Brrrr... it is cold here too. Actually may get snow this weekend.

Happy Valentines Day!
Letisha

Elise said...

That is so sweet, your older son carrying his precious sister around! Good for you for taking a step back, a deep breath, then grabbing the camera to record instead of yelling! :)

rcsnickers said...

Audrey--

Thanks so much for the card and birth announcement! Very sweet of you. I loved the children signing their names! Little Mama has been carrying the baby all around the house. She loves Ava's picture. Where did you find that poem? Very beautiful.

Thanks again.
You are more than welcome for the goodies. Hope you enjoyed every bite.


Hey, is Rob ready for his test? Pryaing for him.

Letisha

Oh that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear me, and keep all my commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children for ever! Duet 5:29