Outside my window…it’s still dark.
I am thinking…William will be walking by the end of the week…I mean really walking, not just taking a few steps and falling like he’s been doing for the past few weeks.
I am thankful for…Signing Times…I know I’ve said that before and I’ll probably say it again, but I love that William can already communicate. Today he signed “play”.
From the learning rooms…started Before Five in a Row last week…what a beautiful, gentle curriculum! And we fell in love with Jesse Bear. Joseph asks me every morning now, “Mommy Bear, Mommy Bear, what will you wear, what will you wear in the morning?”
From the kitchen…Joseph and I are going to bake brownies for Grandpa Larry’s birthday.
I am wearing…my pajamas.
I am reflecting…on something Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Do what you can with what you have right where you are.”
I am praying…for peace in my heart and gentleness in my spirit…plus tons of patience because that’s something a mommy always needs.
I am reading…Busy but Balanced by Mimi Doe and enjoying some of her tips.
I am hoping…Larry has a very happy birthday!
I am hearing…quiet…ah, silence is golden, it’s true.
Around the house…look at that…the siding is up and all the new windows are in!
A few plans for the rest of the week: Make manipulatives for our new music theory program, Keyboard Capers; play, play, play.
Here is picture I thought worth sharing…
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