You’re probably raising an eyebrow, especially if you know my daughter is two. Of course we didn’t go back to school. We’re not doing any kind of pre-school or daycare though, so we are not going “back to school” in that regard either. So what does “not-back-to-school” look like for us?
Starting things off with a bump update! Not huge yet, in fact this dress kind of hides our dear Tummy Baby. Still feeling really good, sleeping extra, and not being at all interested in eating between 3pm and 10pm. I served breakfast for dinner twice this week, because I just didn’t want to eat anything that time of day. I’m adjusting, learning that it’s my normal for now.
Joining this week’s “Answer Me This” from Catholic All Year, a blog that I really have been digging recently. As always, I would love to hear your answers to any or all of these questions so feel free to post your own or chime in down below in the comment section.
Answer me this!
1. How long have you lived in your current home?
In August it will be two years. We’re currently in a 2 bedroom apartment, which is big enough for the three of us, and has served us well these past two years. It’s the only apartment I’ve ever lived in that has been almost completely bug-free and problem free, it has lots of windows and light, the location is ideal, and there are just so many good things about it I really cannot complain.
We would eventually like some more space, maybe a yard for Miri to run around in, so we’ll see where life takes us and when. In the meantime, this little apartment has done us well, and I’m thankful that we found it.
1. Take my daughter to the beach for the first time. Because I haven’t done that, and she’s two, so you know, worst mom ever.
2. Spend time with my parents. My parents are awesome at summer. They have the outdoor entertaining thing perfected, and we always have a great time when we visit.
3. Catch a big fish. I’m not going to quantify big, but maybe bigger than this trout that I caught two years ago. My Dad caught the pickerel.