This morning was a rough morning at our house. It started out rough and I knew this because before Mike left for work he came to me and said, "Honey, just stay strong and don't let them beat you down." This is funny when I look back on it, but so true.
We are dealing with a little bit of an attitude problem at our house. It seems that Hadley's body has been taken over by a 16 year old. This girl has more attitude than I know what to do with. She can roll her eyes with the best of them and starts to argue with me before I can finish my sentence. I am hoping that this means the teenage years will be a breeze (a mom can dream). For some reason this attitude can really push my buttons. I find myself having to walk away for a minute and remind myself that she is only 3 years old. Something I said to her this morning must have sunk in, because our afternoon was GREAT! I know that as a mom there will be rough times and I will say that the GREAT times by far out weigh the tough times. It is just hard to think of that in the middle of the tough times. I am so thankful for both of my girls and can't imagine my life without them.
Since things went great during nap/quiet time we decided to head outside and soak up the nice weather. We played with the new bubbles that Granny brought the girls. It was a fun time and we even had some neighbor friends come play for a few minutes.
Amy how (church, she calls it Ms. Amy's house, Amy is her teacher in the nursery)
Hada shool (Hadley's school)
abba (Abby Cadabby from Sesame Street)
skating and a space heater
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