thinking that 3-year-olds are very amazing, frustrating, energetic creatures.

watching “where the heart is” with natalie portman for nostalgia sake. i don’t really even remember what happens or how it ends.  so don’t tell me, it will be nice to remember as i watch.

wishing tomorrow’s youchien was a full day rather than a half. we’ve had two days off this week because of national holidays, and i could really use a full day of Jones expending his energy elsewhere!

thanking God that Jones is really loving youchien.  he is bummed when he can’t go and says excitedly each night, “tomorrow, i go to youchien again!”

pondering the correlation between TV and my little man’s hyper-activity levels.  just curious.

enjoying the rain and the cool breeze that goes with it!

hoping that summer would finally give way to fall after this set of rainy days.

organizing our office.

moving our bedroom.

throwing stuff away.

waiting to wean so i can drink coffee again!!! (this is a dilemma for me — keep going till he wants to stop, or just call it good?)


    1. ez is 11 months — will be 1 on oct 22nd. this time of nursing has not been near as much “fun” as it was with jones, because of the food aversions and no coffee thing! J didn’t have those issues. its a sweet thing, but i’m kind of ready to have my boobs back.

      1. Yeah, that would make a huge difference. The food aversions would be so tiring! Congrats on making it to (almost) a year – that is an awesome accomplishment! 🙂

  1. i would say depends maybe on how old he is- if he is old enough to drink cows milk, girl just stop! no awards will be given if you nurse til he is 3 🙂

  2. Feel no guilt in weaning, Jam. Ezra has been blessed to have nursed for a year, and he’s in the Lord’s hands–you can’t ruin him by weaning 🙂

    Love you friend, and have been longing to hear your voice lately. Maybe a phone date soon?

  3. Ugh, what a dilemma about nursing! I can relate to how the sensitivities makes it more challenging. I guess my thought would be to take it one day at a time, one week at a time, and not make any sudden decisions based solely on emotion. (Easier said than done, right??)

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