I know, I know, I haven’t posted in a while. It has been a crazy busy life this week. But let’s talk about last weekend. This last weekend we spent the weekend at a hotel with Heather and her family. First, who doesn’t love spending the night in a hotel?! Well, I used to love it a lot more. It was so peaceful. Someone else to make my bed for me. Someone else to clean up after me. Sleeping in. Vending machines. Continental breakfasts. Man. I thought Jackson would have slept like a rock he swam and played so hard. But, I was wrong. He slept horrible. And left this mama tired.
Continue reading “Pool Party.”
Y’all I just can’t express the amount of love I have for Jackson enough! But this mama is begging for him to stay little. Don’t grow up my little hamburglar!
Continue reading “Not Ready.”
Y’all, I cannot tell you how much I love this blog and the open dialog it has created between our family and Heather. Check out Heather’s response to Jackson’s gotcha day! It is beautiful and I absolutely love her honesty and truth in it.
Continue reading “Heather’s Response.”
I wasn’t planning on turning this into a 3 part series but how ironic that it is three! I also didn’t know I had such a love for the number three. Jackson has loved watching the movie Boss Baby. If you haven’t seen it, I suggest watching it. It is actually pretty cute and has some adult humor in it. But in the movie they are a family of three (going to have another baby) and there is a reference in the movie that being a family of three is like a triangle and the triangle is the strongest shape. Not to mention the adoption triangle or triad I spoke about before. It reminds me of us, every time we watch. That is of course until they become a heart– a family of four! But if you ask Jackson, if you include our cat Miko we are a heart! Continue reading “Gotcha Day. Part 3.”
Jackson is getting older and older and is starting to understand more and more. Or, at least, he hears more and remembers everything. This is a blessing and a curse! We cannot have an adult conversation anymore without that kid hearing EVERYTHING!!!
Continue reading “Gotcha Day. Part 2.”