May 14, 2007
I'm not dead yet!
I'm still here! Being a mother of two is exhausting! Not so much the mothering part, but trying to keep up with everything else in the meantime. My house is a wreck, spring cleaning is still not done, and our windows are so dirty we will soon not need to close the blinds at all. But, I do get to spend a good deal of my time staring into these eyes, and who wouldn't want to do that?




10 Comments:
Blogger Bea said...
Awwww, he is soo cute! I know what you mean about the "everything else" being the exhausting part! House cleaning can wait, just spend more time getting lots of smiles :D

Blogger lawyerchik said...
How adorable - your three special boys!! :)

What an amazing journey you've had! Thank you for letting some (almost) total strangers share in your vision and in the joy that's come to you and your family!!

May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord cause His face to shine upon you and give you peace!!

Blogger cjoy said...
Who cares about the windows? Eat up the moments of pure delight instead!

I agree--thank you for sharing! H2 looks so happy to be with his family at last!

Blogger Amy said...
Oh puhleeze, a little dust on the windows just gives the boys a new surface to draw in!! Look at it from a creative angle! You're providing them with a new medium!

Housework can ALWAYS wait. Those gorgeous smiles and eyes (H1 and H2) need your attention far more than silly ol' housework!

Blogger Angi said...
ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE!!!!!! :)

Blogger Jill said...
Oh my granny, that child is gorgeous!!! No worries on the housework. That will be there. These precious new moments will pass all too quickly. Enjoy little H2! He's a doll!!!!

Blogger Aaron & Sarah said...
can you believe he's finally yours!! what an amazing thing to have him in your home. i know you and your cleany ways..but i must concur with the rest of the comments...let it go and wallow in the sweetness of your family.

Blogger Amy said...
Hey Slush!!

I have a question for you - I'm not sure if you're still making your slushbags (I'm sure you are quite busy enough right now) but I just did a post on "going green" and wondered if you ARE still making the bags, if you might have an interest in making cloth (organic cotton) grocery and/or produce bags that you might want to sell. I'd love to advertise (and buy a couple) if you were interested...let me know! Just an idea, no pressure, I swear!

Blogger Mom Tu-Tu said...
What handsome little guys you have! Congratulations!

Blogger Damselfly said...
Look at all those smiles! What a great family you have.