It's 10:19 pm on a cold, rainy, and dreary Friday night. Hurray! To cheer you up, here's some deeeelightful pictorials for you.
This is my dear family friend Laura reading "There's a Wocket In My Pocket" to Daniel. Here's an extraordinary fun fact for you: Laura used to babysit my brother. BEFORE I WAS EVEN BORN. So, Laura has known me for my entire life. True story! It's so cool to see her interact with my boys. :)
I am terribly, hopelessly, irrevocably, painfully, marvelously in love with Instagram. This precious picture of Lucas is seriously one my favorites of ALL TIME. The sweet, rosy cheeks. The adorable expression of wonder. Why are my children so gorgeous? I shall never know.
This is my first attempt at a photo tray project. I made this for my mother-in-law's birthday recently, and I am really quite pleased with the outcome. It was very simple, and it was fun to try something different on the craft front. This particular tray was a simple grid of 4x6 spaces, so it was very quick and easy- no cropping photos required! Now that is MY kind of craft project!
Spring. Because I know you're out there somewhere. Look, Spring; I know this is southeastern Wisconsin and all, but is this incessant cold, rain, and grayness really necessary? I need to know. All I know is this: It's the coldest spring I have ever experienced in all my 27 years, and for the first time in 3 years, my daffodils are blooming. What. Is. Going. On? Once again, I need to know. What are the philosophical implications of this? Or better yet, the ramifications? Oh, the ramifications...
What we really need is a picture of an adorable baby boy with crazy post-bath hair. Immense joy, this child brings to me. And now, on that Yoda-esque note, good night. Have a blessed weekend!