Get ‘em around one another and all they do is compete to catch a gal’s attention.
“Wait! Come back!!”
Looks like the girls got wise.
The downside of pregnancy is that you have a huge belly, heartburn and you can’t sleep comfortably. Also, when you accidentally buy underwear that is XXXL you can’t try them on for fear that they will actually fit.
You know… I’m just speaking in general terms here. That’s happened to everyone, right?
The upside is that you can just take pictures in the garden while everyone else works.
They accomplished right much this weekend -
Peas, snaps and onions… we’re still holding off on the tomato, broccoli and cabbage plants though just in case of frost. And well… also because the local feed and seed didn’t have their plants in just yet. That might’ve had something to do with it.
The baby was awake at 12:30 am… and then from 2:30-5:30 am. Which worked out well because my oldest woke up at 5:10 to go turkey hunting.
Then I had to get them all out of the house by 8-something to even TRY to be on time for their baseball games.
Sweetpea played in a different town yesterday so I had to pack everyone up again – and drive 45 minutes – to make it to her game (not on time).
We spent 25 minutes in Wendy’s waiting for three Frostys.
I had people dropping by at 12:30… the girls had to be at a birthday party at 2 (again, NOT on time) and then I had a photo shoot at 2:30.
Y’all know how my slogan is “life on the farm is kinda laid back”? Yesterday wasn’t one bit like that. No ma’am. Not one bit.
I like things slow, lazy, boring and most importantly – I like being at home.
I think today will be spent hanging laundry on the line, planting the garden, cooking and maybe – if the baby cooperates – a little sleeping.
And maybe gazing at our forsythia bush a little.