Goodness. It’s been over a month since I’ve been here. How sad. And Ev looks like such a peanut in the last post.
(She says hi).
So yeah. Computer went dead, ordered a 17 inch laptop, decided that was a bit excessive, returned it, ordered a whole inch and a half smaller laptop, it came, without the charger. It’s been a bit of a process.
(A favorite, so applicable so often).
And much has happened since then. Aunt Stace came to visit, my parents came to visit and we’ve had about a dozen snow storms. April has never felt better. Well. I could probably say that every year.
So wonderful to have them here: to endure more snowstorms with me, to go out on nice days and push Ev in her cool little stroller, go shopping, dine at Keswick Hall with some wonderful seniors, go to coffee, Bodo’s, and just be with.
Grampa kept sending me these luscious pictures of Grama’s garden and all her wonderful bulbs so I’d send him my own bulb updates. Usually it looked something like this.I tried so hard not to be depressed.
It’s amazing what happens when you have been consistently been getting a lot of sleep at night and then all the sudden, little peanut wakes up a couple of times a night. Wes says he doesn’t remember much of what goes on which is good because I often take out my irritability on him. Evelyn finally outgrew her little cradle- that may have been part of the problem, I’d come out in the middle of the night and all her limbs would be through the slats in the cradle and she’d be stuck. Rather sad.
But now she’s in her crib and everyone’s getting wondrous sleep again. She’s a little cherub. Loves her feet, her voice, her mom, and is starting to tolerate tummy time. She’s started eating yogurt and bananas and it’s so funny. I’ve tried slipping in some green beans and have just about died at her facial expressions. I about gag at the smell of them and she does gag at the taste of them. So we’ve set those aside for now.
March was filled with lovely things but I think we’re all pretty darn thrilled that it’s April. Woot for flowers, upcoming tulip festivals, walks with the dog and just being outdoors. It’s marvelous.