Currently – March

by Chelsea Myers on March 1, 2016

Loving:

Being more or less settled in to our new house.  We had new windows installed yesterday and will hopefully have blinds installed later this week so our fabulous sheet/tablecloth curtains can come down.  The only remaining items on our to-do-soon list are to hang a few more decorations inside, replace a door (which is in the works), and find a play set for boys for the backyard.

 

We’re also loving the cool winter weather, getting out and doing fun outdoors-type things.

Two weeks ago we went to Green Meadows Farm, which is fun and fabulous and 1/2 price in February with a Groupon:

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Last weekend we went to the fair, and Scott and I went to meet Daniel Tiger at the Winter Park Neighbor Festival (though Scott decided he’d rather fish in the fountain than stand in line for 1.5 hours to pose with DT himself).

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Reading:

Just Finished – Deep Work by Cal Newport, Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed, Four Seasons in Rome by Anthony Doerr, Why Not Me by Mindy Kaling, Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Currently – Quiet Revolution by Susan Cain

Next – Maybe finally finishing up Anna Karenina?

Working on:

House stuff.  Figuring out how to get the energy rebates for our windows.  Scheduling stuff.  At some point this month we’ll do our taxes and the annual paperwork purge.  Figuring out summer plans, both camps for Scott and a 10th anniversary trip to New England for Daniel and I.

This time:

Last year

Scott was beginning to speak in full sentences, as in “Sheep make a lotta poop.”  Note, this was a goat.

 

 

And Will was sort of starting to sit up.

 

 

In 2014, Scott was a snow baby.

 

We found out we were going to have a second kid (though I can’t find the post for that right now…).

In 2013, little teeny Scott was waking up to the world.

 

In 2012, we were practicing for having 7- and 9-year-old boys.  We just didn’t know it yet.

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