I love Sundays with my precious family. This morning when we all got up we had breakfast together downstairs. Watermelon, cereal for John, and yogurt parfaits for the rest of us. Clara has been sick the past few days and her sweet cheeks are chapped and rosy from us wiping her little nose every 5 minutes. Church was great. We had a beautiful service on personal revelation and conversing with God and listening after we pray. I needed to hear that message today. ❤️ When we got home we all shared what we learned in our classes at church. The afternoon consisted of naps (for the parents) mine was riddled with questions from the children and a baby climbing all over me but I got a few good 6 minutes stretches here and there. The sleeping was to the tune if Mandolin Orange and Brandi Carlisle. Clara was so cute all afternoon. The noises she makes now with her incoherent babble are heartbreakingly adorable. The kind where John and I just look at each other and smile without saying a word but we know we are both dying inside with her cuteness. Those are the kind of looks that are some of my favorite moments in our marriage. Tonight we did Come Follow Me with the kids followed by a family wrestling match (in which John roughed us all up,yes there were tears) and then we initiated the kids into the Oooga Booga club, Evie had been asking to do it now for many days. We went around and did family goals like we do every Sunday. I told everyone that the next two weeks I really need a lot of extra support for all of the work I have going on and everyone agreed to pitch in and help out more. I love these people. I can feel our hearts knitting closer together with special simple days like today. ❤️
Tonight John and I got to go out on a date to a wedding! I’ve felt pretty busy lately and I considered staying home to be with the kids but I think I needed to be with John and take a breather. I needed to shower and get out of my leggings and t-shirts with a MESSY bun. I’ve been so submerged in a heavy work load lately (so excited about what this is!) and I’ve been hard pressed to take breaks. I’m up most nights until 12 or 1 working on this project and we’ve ised babysitters a lot more this week, and my amazing mother has stepped in to help too. I’ve felt really proud of what I’m doing lately and I’m really excited to shout it from the rooftops once everything is in place.
Tonight with John was simple. But he is my best friend and simple with him is exceptional anyway. I love that he makes me laugh and that after almost 9 years of marriage I’m still on the edge of my seat waiting to hear what he will say to make me laugh. We watched the most beautiful sunset on our drive home.
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