Joining Barbara in …
… 52 weeks of daily life in pictures: trials and celebrations, the extraordinary and mundane—whatever is unique to the week.
I can’t believe it has been an entire week since I’ve posted anything here. I think this little fasting from comments has proved to be very good for me in that I have simply been on the computer less, and thus with my family and my vocational duties more. Now, with only one week left of Lent, my hope is that whatever tiny improvement I have made in this area, I can keep it going into Easter … and beyond! God willing.
Here is a recap of the past two weeks, the 14th and 15th weeks of 2011.
More puzzles and knitting. Just like last time.
Sundays are for resting.
Dress fitting. More on that later …
… and veil shopping. The big day is almost here!
Sweet baby boy. Now four months old.
Can you give me one of your great smiles?
Oh, there’s a little one!
He is such a good baby! Not just because he is so smiley, either. I am truly blessed by this newest joy in my life!
My (almost) 7yo girl is starting to show some interest in music. So, when I heard that the Minnesota Youth Symphonies hosted a Music and Melody Makers event, where children can try out various musical instruments, I signed her up. Her 3yo twin siblings tagged along.
I think she still is interested in piano, but she’s now been talking a lot about violin, too. And she really thought the French horn was cool! I am starting to think about lessons … perhaps in the fall.