Do you feel that? Warmth. Sunshine. There may be piles of snow on the ground, but for the first time in months I didn’t freeze my butt off at the bus stop this morning. I know that winter is far from over, but I’ll take whatever little victories I can
Our youngest has a birthday coming up, and we’re shopping for a new bike for him. He figured out the two wheel thing at the end of last summer, so it’s time for an upgrade. Just this morning, he told me that he was going to ride his bike on
I’ve mentioned this before, but we’ve really been making an effort to get outside and stay active through these long, cold winter months. It’s tough sometimes, especially when all I want to do is cozy up inside under a blanket and there’s white stuff coming down out of the sky.
It’s two weeks in, but I’m very much still in the planning stages of my 101 Adventures in 1001 Days. I’ve completed just one thing on my list – Go for a walk in the snow. Which, let’s face it, was fairly easy considering the weather we’ve had. That
Summer may be finished for another year, but K still keeps referring back to this list (even though pretty soon we are going to run out of nice weather for all of the outdoor stuff). Did we accomplish everything on the list? No way. Not even close. But the kids
#5 on my 101 in 1001 challenge is to put together a list of 101 things to do with the boys this summer (and then #6 is to actually do everything on the list). K and I have been working on this summer list for about a week now, and
As poor a job as I’m doing keeping up with my blog these days, I like to hope that I’ll post a little bit more through the summer. *Hope* being the key word there. No promises, but I do have a tiny bit more time on my hands. The boys