Thursday, March 6, 2008

I'm sitting eating cheerios with the boys and blogging, but I should really be cooking supper.

It's pouring rain outside.
It's been raining all day.
There is more SNOW on the way - in March!

I'm sitting down to a blank blogger page, not sure of what I'm going to post, and there is a very small, very wet bird hopping on our windowsill. (On the outside, of course). :)

Our days at home are beginning to have a little bit of predictability. (Except for all this SNOW business... but I am far from complaining about that. I love weather of all kinds.) :)

Anyway... days at home. This week we have gotten an early start every day. I would prefer to get up 30 minutes to an hour before the boys, but than can be tricky. Dale has been an early riser all week, and Alan, well.... you just never know about Alan.

Most mornings I make TWO scrambled eggs for Alan, and Dale and I have cereal or whatever sounds good that morning. This morning we all had pancakes. Later on in the morning I came back into the kitchen and the lingering smell of coffee and syrup was so comforting & homey! But I still don't think I'll be making pancakes every day. It takes too long, lol.

The mornings are pretty busy. Laundry, housekeeping, a little bit of school for Dale. Not necesarily in that order. Or in any order. Just kind of all mixed up. I'm just glad to be getting those things done. Order and routine will come in time.


One day this week Dale was practicing writing the letter 'C' and I asked him what were some words that start with C. I ws thinking he'd say something simple, like maybe CAT and we'd write it at the bottom of the page.

But noooo....

Without even thinking about it, Dale says

Quite the creative one isn't he?

Do you ever read

She has a post category called "Rambling all the way to nowhere" which, if it wasn't, you know, copying, is exatly what I would label this post o' mine.

Happy upcoming weekend friends. Stay warm, okay?


Darcy @ m3b said...

Thanks for coming by "Life With My 3 Boybarians" and visiting us. Your family's story is fascinating.

We started hs'ing when my youngest was too fragile to be exposed to infection, too. it's really been a beautiful thing - though I never would have imagined.

Thanks for stopping by, I've bookmarked your blog. Not sure why, but in my browser you blog takes a long time to load.

I'll be back!

Kara said...

This weather is crazy isn't it. We had another 1 1/2 inches today and by the time my husband got home from work it was all melted. I'm ready for spring and some thunderstorms:)

Mommy said...

I enjoy reading ramblings. It shows more of the personality of the poster. :) And I like your personality.(((hugs)))