I cannot beleive how fast this year is flying by! January was a blur of rotating sickness Christmas clean up, getting back to a routine and party prep, February was busy celebrating Mike and David's birthdays, Valentines, starting up working out, and the beginnings of a deep spring clean/ de-clutter. So far March, ehhh. Hannah was sick last week and we had a little scare last week when a man was trying to evade police in our neighborhood, and later this afternoon I'm taking the little man to the Dr. because I suspect he has pink eye. (and if you know me, then you know that pink eye ranks really high on my freak-out-o-meter) We have had a lot of fun over the past couple of months and I am going to try to share some stories/pictures (I have been informed by my Mom that she is completely over the lack of updates/ pics of the grandkids!) but things have been so busy and I LOVE what Sarah over at Memories On Clover Lane said, "Sometimes it's a matter of staying caught up in life, or caught up in blogging, and life feels better to be caught up in." (Do you read her? I just love her perspectives on motherhood- she is a favorite read for me!) Every time I think things are going to settle down and I'll have more time for blogging, it just doesn't happen, but I really miss having posts to look back on, so again I am going to try to find a balance. We have had really nice weather (minus the crazy wind) and I am just itching for spring and summer! I have been srting through the kids clothes and putting away the heavy winter things and pulling out warm weather clothes (yay!) and have also been trying to get a plan for spring break/ summer together. So things around here have been busy, but (mainly!) good.
And because my Mom has been missing pictures, here is a completely random one of David, he is all about carrying around radom things, and he has formed an attachment to Portrait of a Lady that he nabbed off of my night-stand. He carries it around, sleeps with it, and "reads" it. He will sit and look/ turn the pages. This kid cracks me up!