I am following in Kathryn Whitaker‘s great example and doing a quick ‘Week in my Life 2015’.
We were stranded at home on Monday. My hubby accidentally left the car seat in his car and went to work early in the morning. Luckily little Sue and I did not have anywhere to be, so we relaxed at home. She prefers it anyway to sitting in the car, transfering to shopping carts, and being confined as we run errands. She loves the freedom she has at home and I allow her to get creative.
With her very washable makers she drew on all my plastic plates and IKEA candle holders. Just look at her beautiful art work below! If she could draw the whole day, she would, what a little artist, just like her great grandmother after whom she’s named.
We then proceeded to swing and play outside. Still in her pajama top she waddled around on the grass in the cool Fall air. And to top it all off, after playing in her makeshift sand pit, I gave her a long bath and we played with each rubber ducky. Nap time soon followed and I got caught up on pinning on Pinterest and reading about how I can help support my family financially while staying at home. Maybe our blog will take off and make thousands a month, I doubt it!
My wonderful hubby arrived home before 5 o’clock, bonus! He walked in on me exhausted on the couch while Sue was playing at my feet. Third trimester fatigue has hit me like a wall! So we had leftovers from the weekend before. Doesn’t leftover hot dogs, mac and cheese and veggies sound delicious? Yum!
I went to my CRHP meeting that night while Johnny put Sue to sleep and relaxed. Later that night he remarked on how I shove all my extra bathroom items under his sink, and in a very playful and sweet voice commented that it is ‘borderline disrespectful.’ I cracked up at his remark and his humor. We prayed, snuggled and fell asleep.
I know my Monday is more like a Saturday, and I thank God for His blessings!