I haven’t felt the need and/or had time to blog much this week. Normally I would say that was a good thing.
We survived the terrible twos, which melted into the terrible threes, and now that we’re two months into four – holy moly.
My daughter is smart, funny, caring and sarcastic. And she is a handful. Four has brought on a whole new set of entertainment and challenges. She’s really realizing she is her own person and can say no and have an opinion (lots and lots and lots of them!) but she still hasn’t yet realized that Mommy is not just an extension of her and that I too, am my own person
Well – I used to be before I became a mom.
Last night I couldn’t get more than 6 inches away from her without her going into panic mode and getting thisclose to me again. I’m not sure what’s going on there but hopefully we transition back to normal soon. I’ve never been a touchy-feely person and granted I can cuddle my sweet girl like the best of them – last night it was just too.much.love.
It probably doesn’t help that I’m still not feeling all that great. And I’m pretty sure my ovary totally revolted the other night but that’s a post for another day.
I went to Target today. At work, we have a Halloween carnival every year. Halloween is in my top 3 favorite holidays so I get really excited about it. I’m way behind on decorating so I set out on a mission. Target will be the death of me. Why, why, why do they have the “bargain” bins by the door?! Yes $1.00 and $2.50 items are CHEAP but not when they are all so cute that you walk away with 10 items! I can never pull myself away from what seems like a good deal. So I happily shopped. Pumpkin decor – check. Thanksgiving sign – check. Owl – check.
The owl was too cute to leave behind!
Stop judging me.
Surprisingly – Target had no spiderwebs. So I ventured off to Michaels and shopped some more.
It was nice.
I was able to decorate my door before I had to commit back to actually working.
Yay Halloween! And fall! It’ s the little things right!