Reading... The Gift of an Ordinary Day after finishing Believing God and all the other books I was in. It feels nice to be reading one book at a nice, leisurely pace.
Worrying... about Logan and his seizure meds' side effects. He's tired and nauseous and dizzy. I remember Josh feeling the same way when he started seizure medicine, and it got better with time, so I'm trying to feel patient... but it's hard on my heart.
Still... doing treatments for Wyatt for his Reactive Airway, and hoping that his cough will be completely gone soon. On the plus side, while we were at the doctor getting a wart burned off his hand (he was so brave!), the doctor listened to his lungs and said they sound alright and he is on the road to healing!
Taking... my kids to the dentist. They are all cavity free- hooray! The twins love the dentist's office because they have xbox's and they get to play Minecraft while they wait. Ha! Wyatt loves it cause they have an epic prize box.
Exploring... a new park last weekend with my family. I am really proud of us for finding new things to love about where we live and for trying really hard to "bloom where we're planted."
Sleeping... 8 hours last night! I can't believe it. Carly slept 10:30-6:30am and this mama is so glad!
Walking... to school again now that the weather has warmed up a bit. The boys love it and so do I!
Wishing... I could get my eating under control. I just want to eat all.the.things. My self control and willpower is nil. I could really use some advice about what works for you if you have any.
Wondering... if Carly is ready to transition to one nap a day. I find that two naps is really cramping our style lately. (I can't ever run errands and I can't do the things I want/need around the house because they're loud and she's asleep.) By this age, all three of our other kids had transitioned to one nap. For sure by summer she has to be down to one nap because I can hardly keep the boys quiet for two days on the weekend for her twice daily naps. I certainly won't be able to (nor do I want to) keep them hushed all summer long!
Meditating on this...
"There is eternal influence
and power in motherhood."
-Julie B. Beck