Friday, June 25, 2010

Last Day of Camp Feeling

Tomorrow we're leaving for a family vacation with TJ's family.  But today, today we're cleaning the house.  Honestly, I feel like its the last day of church camp where you clean and clean and clean and have to eat leftovers so you don't dirty any dishes.  Poor Faith had the wierdest hodge-podge for lunch, she kept looking at me like "You're kidding, right?"  I know I'll appreciate it when we get home and its nice and tidy, but right now I'm exhausted.  My friend Corrie told me her moma always made her make her bed before they'd go on vacation for the same reason, so tomorrow I will be making my bed at 4:30 AM and thinking about you, Corrie, and your moma. 

On another note, did you know that babies grow up into little kids?  No really, did you know? Because last July my child looked like this:

And this week...
And I just. can't. handle. it.

1 comment:

  1. sweet! i love the pictures, it really illustrates how intense the changes have been. what a difference a year makes in childhood! wow! have a wonderful trip! make lots of fun memories and you will l.o.v.e. walking into your beautiful home when it's over. :) i read your comment about spanking the hand to teach not to's all so confusing, isn't it? that's like when i finally, out of frustration, bit brendle back when she bit me. i swore i'd never do it because the message was too conflicting but she truly NEVER did it again and we struggled with that for months. it's so crazy being a parent.


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