Project 365 - Week 2 (April 8-14)

It's Friday! Who doesn't love Friday? Time to escape the clutches of the workplace and enjoy a few well deserved days off. There are so many new and exciting things to do. I would love to hear how you spend your two days of glorious me time (leave a comment below). Mine are usually spent with my family running around the farm, though this weather has not been so cooperative lately. Our list of indoor activities is quickly shrinking. The littles are getting restless and they are tired of being cooped up.

After the littles burn off the energy with their 1000th game of "Tag", they are whisked away to their beds, and it's time for me to knuckle down and get to work. Yes, Friday nights for me are packed full of fun and work?

Day 8/365 "Deceiving"

This may not seem like a fun and exciting Friday night to you, but looks can be deceiving. 

"Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life." - Confucious

Day 9/365 "Precise"

You need just the right amount of oatmeal for a No-Bake Cookie. Think she used too much?

Day 10/365 "Pleased"

When you are the only one who takes a nap that day, you get to stay up late with mommy and play whatever you want.

Day 11/365 "Wee!!!!"

"Pappi, you push Honey Boy and I pull him backa you so you don't hava get up. Good idea?" I would say Honey Boy thinks it's a good idea!

Day 12/365 "Waiting"

The naughty cat was at that water dish for over ten minutes taking the smallest of sips just to prevent the other from coming near the bowl. Now I see where my kids got that from!

Day 13/365 "Too Early"

When your daughter wakes up and is tired of the morning snuggles, some electronic entertainment for a short bit should allow me to catch just a few more moments of shut-eye.

Day 14/365 "Remember"

The first year of a child's life goes by faster than anyone can ever imagine, but those milestones and memories deserve to be remembered longer than time allows. A friend is having her second baby soon. Here is a keepsake journal to record all of those fleeting moments. That little baby girl will appreciate seeing her mommy's handwriting across the pages of this journal with all of the details of her first year.