– running faster, talking more and learning to stomp her foot in anger every day.
– still a cuddle bug. She fell asleep on Josh last night while watching Mary Poppins.
– developing an issue with bugs. She doesn’t like anything to fly around her. This could obviously make for a very long summer.
– reading better every day.
– enjoying her first chocolate bar, found at the local health food store. It’s dark chocolate with raspberries in it. Sounds good to me!
– losing her speech impediment slowly. I realized that it must be hard for her to reprogram how she speaks, but she’s doing a great job.
– sad that basketball season is over.
– enjoying swim time at the local college. It’s a class just for homeschoolers and some of her friends are in it with her.
– learning the balance of being a child and a big girl. That’s a hard one too and she is doing a great job as well.
– happy the snow is gone.
– very busy with work. It’s trade show season in our area, which means Josh works lots of weekends.
– looking forward to getting to the end of this “selling the house” roller coaster.
– riding the roller coaster as well. Our first accepted offer fell through because of financing difficulties the buyers experienced. We’re on the verge of accepting another offer – hopefully. Then we ride through the flips and turns of inspection, appraisal, packing, finding a place to live and the buyers’ final walk through.
– finally in my second trimester and feeling SO much better.
– taking it slow after a packed Easter weekend. My parents surprised us with a quick visit and we shoved everything we could into the 24 hours they were here. Easter Sunday was much quieter – just us, some backyard kickball and a bit of television.