Seriously. Blogging is my favorite hobby. By far. My time has been severely limited lately and I just don't get in nearly as much blogging as I'd like. I get in a quick picture or update here and there, but no real writing. That's what three small crazies will do to a girl I guess. In all honestly, I think about blogging at least hourly...about things I'd like to write about, pictures I'd like to post, events that have gone unrecorded, questions to send out to the world wide web, and about what my friends are keeping themselves busy with. Blogging keeps me sane. I feel like I have too much going on in my head to not write it down. It's such a stress reliever. I could really use a dose of stress relief these days.
I tend to blog while Park is at school and the other two are napping. I volunteer in his class on Fridays so that is why I've been missing out on my favorite Friday Flashbacks. I've had some good ones planned that I totally missed out on. I could make up for it at night, but fall semester is wrapping up for Spencer and he tends to hog the computer at night these days. Plus he makes fun of my blogging addiction so I prefer to do it uninterrupted.
'M' was the letter of the week so we all got mustache's.
And nap times the rest of the week have been filled with all kinds of projects. My sewing machine has taken up permanent residence in my living room lately.
Parker's school in making a school quilt and I volunteered to make his class quilt square.
A friend hired me to make a few things for her sons big first birthday bash. So a little preview for you Terin... I'll probably write more about this on my other blog in the future. Her sons name is Jackson Cash and they call him Cash. Is that the cutest name you've ever heard?
I have Christmas pj's to make for the whole family. Pictures I'm sure to come.
And since the superhero capes were such a hit with the crazies last Christmas, I thought they needed matching superhero accessories this year.
The boys and I did sneak out for a visit with the big guy. Though you can't tell from the picture, all my boys were way past thrilled to see him. I've never had a Santa crier. That jolly old elf has not scared a single one of my kids. Gray makes that face when forced to sit on any ones lap. Even mine. He doesn't like being confined. He ran right up to him.
And we of course got decorations up lickety split. This is the first year we've ever had a fire place. It looks so Christmas-y. And though I am not fond of my stockings, I love it.
I think the tree skirt is my favorite decoration I pull out of my box each year.
Anyway my cyber friends...I miss you. I hope to be back in full swing one day soon. Wishful thinking, I know. Until then a few generic comments...congratulations, your kids are adorable, what a great trip, you look fantastic, how did he fit that up his nose anyway?, and Happy Holidays!