I'm worn out.
I'm not even going to try to pretend to be peppy.
If you were sitting in my living room chatting with me right now, I'd probably stack up a couple pillows on my couch, grab a quilt from the chair next to the fireplace and lay down while we chatted. Hopefully, you would be fine with me getting cozy!
I have something on my heart to share but I just don't have the energy to type it out and gather my thoughts tonight so...next week I'll share with you. I think that will actually be great for me to chew on the verses a little more.
For now, I'll quickly share through pictures this last week :)
I think he wondering why sissy is in the swing and not him...
She could be in this swing for hours and hours and giggle as enthusastically the entire time!
He's a cute little running partner!
Bubba, Auntie and Cici (My brother, his wife and my niece) came to visit and both of my kiddos loooooove it.
This is the only picture I snapped on Labor Day. We had some friends over and after all the playing, I found Nora snoozing in the playroom. She played so hard she crashed. Friends are such a gift.
I went to the park with these two the other day and we all had so much fun. I love how everything is so new and exciting. Nora loves bugs. Have I told you that yet? She always finds them and wants them to be her friends. She found two caterpillars this time and begged me to take them home with us. I told her we couldn't and they needed to stay at the park. I realized later that she could have just taken them but because she was throwing a huge fit and I had already said no, it wasn't going to happen. Once she was all buckled in her carseat, through tears she asked, "Mommy, can I just go give him one more hug?"
Mommy & Daddy went on a date to CFA with gift cards that we had won on another one of our dates. Made it extra fun!
Easton loves food. Nora loved food at this age too and then decided to hate it all one day...so I'm praying this little guy just keeps lovin' him some food.
Nora started soccer this am! She LOVED it! I wasn't quite sure how she was going to do but I really do think she has more skill at it than her mommy! When we were walking to the car she said she didn't want to go home she wanted to keep playing soccer. And then later this evening I asked if she wanted to go to The Hill (our church has a Saturday night service) and she said, "No thanks. I just want to play soccer."
I'm excited. It was fun to watch her at her dance recital, but I knew she didn't love it. Watching her be so happy and actually wanting to play this morning made such a difference! Her daddy was pretty proud of her too!
One last thing,
we are praying for everyone involved in Harvey and Irma...and the other two coming! As I've read and watched updates, my heart is so heavy for everyone involved. It's so interesting how once you have a baby, your perspective on everything changes. I was talking to my SIL when they came last week about who when you think of all the details about how damaging Harvey was, its heartbreaking! The homes that people go back to...the lives lost. The tangible things in life that are part of their everyday life-gone.
And then Irma swoops in to steal the show.
We have been watching her path. At one point it seemed like she was going to introduce herself to us in a very up close and personal way but at this point, she seems to have changed her mind. Such a woman.
But I'm thankful.
As I've been thanking God for her path changing, I'm also praying for the path that she is on...for every single person affected.
There's also a lot of fires back in WA/OR and I've looked at pictures of the beauty that home is, in flames.
Heavy hearts. Heavy conversations. Heavy prayers.