That’s Missy, she’s comfy, very comfy.
This week has brought a lot of things. Mostly neutral to okay, but I’m doing my best to ignore the few negatives and focus positively.
The best part of this week was having a couple of days that I could sleep in and spend with children. It was very nice, even if it meant I couldn’t move much. A king sized bed is useless if 4 littles keep you trapped in a one foot section of it! Priss, Buddy, and Missy are great at strategically stationing themselves where Katherine isn’t, to ensure I won’t be moving. See:
I was able to spend time with little Ian playing with trains and Lego’s, we went to the park and dog park and took walks.
Zen puppy has gotten good at keeping his herd of people from wandering too far apart. It’s very adorable.
We were privileged to see Big Ian in his performance as part of a Coterie Theatres teen camp production of “Spamalot”, which was very funny, and amazingly well done, especially considering it was a handful of teens with only 2 weeks of learning and rehersing.
It also turned into a pseudo date waking around the Plaza area since we were dressed up for the occasion.
And baby is doing great still too. 3 months old, perfect health, growing great, and learning fast. She’s now able to walk at a normal pace for a toddler, as long as she’s got hands to hold and either naked or disposable diaper. When she figures out balance, we’re screwed, in the best possible way! … I didn’t help matters, in that respect, by finding a baby walker at the thrift store. Now she can even practice without help. Oh my.
And yes she has; she took a few steps in the store, and today she worked on figuring out it goes other directions than just forward.
She’s also started laughing, though it’s more of a giggle so far, and kitties are now fascinating to her.
All in all its been a good week and I’m mostly enjoying life again. More mantras definitely helped, but mostly I think it’s my concerted efforts to focus on positives and find quiet mind periodically.
May all of you have comfy pleasant weeks.