Gosh...here I go again.
I have about 5 blog posts that I've started...I just haven't finished them yet. Not quite ready to publish.
I was telling Lee last night that this is such a demanding season of life.
3 little ones - ages 5 and under...
I just seem to stay busy and feel like I am always in survival mode.
I just want to make it to the next day.
There are often dishes left in my sink.
Laundry in the process of being sorted/washed/dried/put away...and in various places of the house in those stages.
A floor that needs to be vacuumed...only to stay needing that vacuum because a baby has finally fallen asleep and the older 2 are being quiet enough that I don't want to take the risk of disrupting that sweet blissful moment.
I know this is a season. Just like it is fall right now...winter is coming...and before I know it, it will be spring!
I just had our parent-teacher conference with Bella's teacher.
We made the decision to keep Bella in preschool one more year instead of putting her in kindergarten.
Her teacher went on and on about the difference between the 2 years.
Bella was the youngest last year. She had difficulties using scissors, sitting still and following directions.
This year, she's older...and her teacher said that Bella is the natural leader in the class. She said Bella will be ready to move on next year...and she will have so much more confidence for her whole academic career. It's one of the best decisions Lee & I have made in a long time!
Her teacher had so many wonderful things to say about our precious Bella. It's treasured words that I wrote in my journal as soon as I could because I never want those words to leave my heart.
It seems like just yesterday she was wearing the same clothes that Breelee is wearing now. She was that tiny...walking around Cafe Chi Alpha...watching you tube videos of Sesame Street songs with her college friends.
And now she's writing, coloring, drawing, singing, dancing, and becoming a beautiful young lady right before my eyes.
And the other 2 aren't far behind her.
Breelee will be walking soon...she's already taking several steps in a row. Her little personality is shining through, too.
Brennan is getting taller...becoming more creative in his imagination and playing.
This is a season. I know that other seasons will have their challenges and demands. I know that there will be moments I will want to cry and pull my hair out...for totally different reasons than I am facing now...
So for right now, Lord, help me to embrace this season. To enjoy the innocence of my babies. To relish in the snuggles and giggles and the moments that will never be like this again.