these are the days.

these are the days of drool and giggles and crusty eyes.

these are the days of not wanting to get dressed in the morning and wearing my pajamas 48 hours straight.

these are the days of looking at my bible more than i read it.

these are the days of shuffling to the crib too many times in the middle of the night.

these are the days of saying YES to watching spiderman (should my boys already be watching spiderman?) just one more time.

these are the days of macaroni and cheese.

these are the days of giving them a bath only every three days, saving water and time and sanity. (think what you will, but bath culture is different here.)

these are the days of “one more minute” and “get out of the kitchen!” and “yes, you can help me make cookies (because right now i think i can handle it).”

these are the days of “come here, mom!” and “watch this! watch this!”

these are the days of marker on the dining room table and juice on the floor.

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2 thoughts on “these are the days.

  1. well pictured!! i’m so glad i’m not alone with giving my children mac and cheese and letting them watch cartoons that aren’t exactly what i think they should watch or should our tv even be on…should we even have a tv….then i come back to reality and say…yes it is ok….amen sister and have another cup of coffee!! 🙂

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