Look at the darling little lamb. She snoozes during the day, through the noise and happy doings. Her mommy soothes her through the nights. Poor Mommy. Tired. I remember all the couch sleeps during the first six weeks of our babies' lives. I felt like an overnight guest in my own home, but I was peering over the side of the baby bed, sleepily nursing, rocking and shushing, eating snacks myself in the middle of the night.
Brad and April's backyard is perfect. The trees shade the play places and the view out April's kitchen window is a woodsy wonderland.
Daddy's having a few adjustment issues: weird dreams (Where's the baby? Over here in the closet?) but considering the responsibilities at church and the need for hours to read and study for sermons, he's plugging along. Aria likes him. April and Brad gave me a few skeins of alpaca yarn for Mother's Day and I'll show you that soon. I have other things to show you this week. I am up in the middle of the night for some reason and this is a BUSY week at school. Sigh.
Summer, come quickly.