Hola! I am home. Jared is at church with the boys. Addie is asleep. My usual weekly break. I was actually going to church this week but Addie woke up this morning with a cold so instead I am home and still plugging away at the picture project.
I thought I'd lost about a year and a half of pictures but found them on our external hard drive because my AWESOME husband had already backed them up and we just forgot. YAY!
I also FORGOT my age this past month. Jared and I were on a date a couple of weeks ago and we discussed my upcoming birthday (JUNE) and he said I'd be 37. I was like "weird, I REALLY thought I was 35 and turning 36 this year, silly me". This has been messing with my head since then. I felt SO much closer to 40. I have been convinced that my hair is thinning. If you know me you are cracking up because I have a mane of hair, tons! I also am seeing extra wrinkles and bought night cream. Fast forward to 2 nights ago. The boys kept waking for various reasons and as usual I couldn't get back to sleep. I was lying there contemplating my life and FINALLY did the math and realized that I AM 35. I really wanted to jab Jared and tell him he was a jerk for lying to me. When I texted him later that day he couldn't believe it either. He thought we were both 36. Yep, we are LOSING it. But at least we are losing it together. Isn't that what marriage and parenting is all about?? :)
Speaking of catching up with pictures. I am printing some from January 2010 and watching videos from then and I am pretty sure that I feel PHYSICAL PAIN when I look at and listen to my sweet wittle bubbies. Sorry, about the baby talk but really such wittle bitty sweeties. Ugh, melt my heart.
Speaking of my little boys. We went to Physical Therapy today and the plan is to cast their legs (foot to just below the knee) for 4-6 weeks. CASTS. BOTH LEGS. BOTH 4 year old boys. I am still in a bit of shock. We have known it was a possibility but now I am thinking of day to day life with 2 boys with both legs casted. Yikes. Deep breaths.
I do know that this is SO minor compared to what we could be facing with twin 27 weekers though. I HAVE to say that because I sit in the waiting room at their rehab office and see exhausted parents (often single & doing it ALL by themselves) and their beautiful children with severe disabilities. I don't know why that is not us but I do know that I will try and not complain about casts. Perspective. It is a beautiful thing.
Well that's what is going on here. No pics on this post. I am too busy trying to cash in on penny prints from Snapfish. It ends tonight. Yes, I am the procrastination queen.