Sometimes I find myself surprised at the realization that these moments we have every day are my children’s childhood memories.
Right now, playing together at the table with animal crackers, those are their memories- being made by the second. Ticking by faster than I want them to.
Sierra came up to me today while I fed Payson a bottle and asked, “Mommy, can you put puppets in tummies? I need to twirl.”
Animation done using Gickr.
Payson successfully got ahold of my cell phone. He was none too pleased when I took it away.
“Jim gathered the seaweed and made a weedy little house”
“Mom, is there seaweed on the couch?”
“Why do you ask?”
“This looks like seaweed”
“No, that’s Payson’s broccoli. Can you throw it away since I’m changing him?”
I dislike it when Brooklyn leaves books on the floor. I dislike it when Payson tears books.
Payson made a mess in the school room yesterday.
While cleaning the mess I overhear, “This is going to take forever. Isn’t it Seece?”
(It took one minute)
Little hands moving little players.
Have I mentioned I really like long hair on girls? I really do.
I also really like thumb suckers.
Sierra. Rarely called Sierra.
Today marked the first time Sierra’s ever lost a game.
I was surprised that she was so upset.
Pretty mellow day so far. I’m about to start cleaning up the kitchen. Joy.