Thursday, May 20, 2010

I just want to say . . .

today has been a good day!

How about yours?

What was your high point and/or low point today?

High points for us - having a bit of a routine, not too much crying (from baby and none today from mama!), talking to my mom and Marcella on the phone, sweet friends from school bringing Rosa's for dinner and time for Adrian and I to hang out

Low points - hmm . . . today has been short on them (hence the good day post) but I guess if I had to pick I'd say yippey dogs, diaper rash and lots of laundry


Always an Adventure said...

High point: spending time with my precious boys

Low point: crying at the dr. office because I ache and I'm tired and I still have 3 weeks.

And it makes it worse to know the tired will just get worse. Maybe she'll sleep better than the boys did. I have to hope in that!

Glad you had a good day with your sweet boy.

Deborah said...

That is a singer's mouth, if I've ever seen one!

Glad you've had a good day.

Anonymous said...

Love the pictures! It's amazing how much a routine can change your life for the better...or at least your life for the day. :) And a day for a new momma without tears is definitely a reason to celebrate! Woo Hoo!

High point: finding out an important little secret about the newest sweet family member that will join us in a few months

Other high point: anticipation and having a very fun secret to share with family and friends

Other high point: hearing excited siblings divulge secrets to grandparents
God is good!

Mindy S. said...

I am so glad that you had a good day!

High point to our day: Waking up this morning and realizing that despite lots of excitement last night and spending three hours in the closet last night listening to tornado sirens there were actually no tornadoes in the Tulsa area last night!

Low point: Having the alarm go off at 5 am and having to still get a child to school despite having spent those three hours in the closet.

Another high point: I did manage to work in a nap later though. :-)

Karen said...

So glad you had a good day.
High Point--having new friends into our new home
Love you.

Sarah B said...

High point today - full of them: sleeping in because I took the day off. About to fly to Houston for family weekend in Galveston!! How about Sun evening for a visit with that cute boy? I'll call when I get back :) Hope today is another good day!

A Tale of Two Cities said...

May your high points always outnumber the low ones. My high point today is sunshine and almost 80 degrees in London--and lunch with friends.

Low point--Mike's in NYC and I'm eating dinner alone.


Hilary said...

He's so cute :) Glad life is getting easier too!!

Paige said...

High: Volunteering at Parker's field day.

Low: hearing about divorce proceedings regarding family. So sad.

Diaper Rash= Dr. Smiths.

Trust me.

You have one really cute baby!

Anonymous said...

Loving your posts... High point - walking my graddaughter to school; Low point - spending 4 1/2 hours getting my car serviced. Have good tight brakes, though!!!~donna

Tara G. said...

Precious!! Congratulations on this little one! We have one boy sandwiched in between the girls and he's just wonderfully...boy!

Stephanie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! You have a precious baby! I had never heard of Curious Sofa, but looked up their website and blog and it looks really interesting. I'll have to check it out one of these days.

thegypsymama said...

Any day when mama doesn't find herself in tears, is certainly a good day in my book!! And those photos? Ah-ma-zing!

Anna said...

your baby is adorable! thanks for visiting my blog and your comment.

Amy said...

Highpoint: taking time to play with my two year old and watching his personality come out.

Lowpoint: Losing my purse after hauling the aforementioned two year in a stroller with a cake, cups, plates, fork and spoons to my Kindergartener’s school to celebrate his birthday early (hello, NOT easy) because that is what they are letting all the summer birthday kids do the week before school ends, and realizing I have to tell my five year old no, that I will not be able come up for lunch tomorrow, too. ...something I have been able to do with him in the past but that he wanted justonemoretime.. I was tempted because I feel guilty I can’t give him more time when he’s at school (with the whole toddler thing) but school should have been over by Memorial day! So tired of the whole pick up, drop off at school thing this first week of June! I am looking forward to being able to give everyone more time this summer, the hubby, both the kids and me! (Five year old made up for the last minute school participation requests when he located my purse under the bed, by the way.)

Boudreaux's butt-paste! The best!

The first months of my children’s lives were as wondrous as they were challenging! I look forward to seeing it through your eyes. It will be beautiful because you are such a beautiful person! Love your blog!