When life and perfection crash.


     Things that make Sundays perfect, bicycle rides with Ian. The bicycle rides then turned into coloring on the sidewalk with chalk and a game of soccer.

    This day didn’t start off,  don’t you all wake up late because your kids actually slept in. Which means missing church, dang it means I need to start setting an alarm.  So my mom and I went and ran a few errands, you know buying stuff to bribe Ian to use the potty.  I am proud to say we bought him some books at half price, if he goes all day he gets a book.  Lets hope this works, or I might need to buy stock in up and up. And picking up the all important dish detergent, am I missing something we got the last box on the shelf at Target. Also they didn’t have much liquid detergent either. Hmm the wonders of the world.


     Arriving home, I thought forget folding laundry and all the other things that need to be done. I am going to go outside and enjoy the weather and my boys while they are little. Out came the pack and play so Ollie could watch. Anyone have any advice on how to include Ollie more in outside play? We romped and played for 2 plus hours.

    When I had to return to reality and wash Casey some work clothes, feed my children dinner, and clean my main floor’s floors so I can lay down my new rug. All and All it was a great weekend, how was yours?

6 Replies to “When life and perfection crash.”

  1. There's times I put off chores because I'd rather be with the kids. Those moments I can't get back so the chores can wait.


    1. You are telling me. I can’t believe how big he is, his hair has it’s own personality. It is as bad as conan’s.


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