La la la.

Jeff came home from work today and we were joking around. I was telling him that I had a moment today where Vera was so happy and smiley and small and warm and I thought “No! She can’t grow up! How can I stand to lose my BABY?!?” He was like “Yeah, I know.” Then I said “I never thought I’d turn into such a cliche!” He said “Me too!” and he showed me that he had bought a binder for his… drumroll… DUNGEONS & DRAGONS book. Mind you, I did not know that he was a “gamer” until AFTER the wedding. Truth be told, I would’ve married him anyway. He has boxes filled with these cards. We are big cliches. Alas.

My icon is from when Jeff dressed up as a caterpillar. He makes a GREAT caterpillar.

April 5th:
Someday she’ll have a killer mohawk…

April 6th:
Occasionally my mornings are a little lopsided. 

April 7th:
Today was so warm and amazing. I made spring lists and left the back door open all day.


Quote of the day:
“An optimist is the human personification of spring.” -Susan J. Bissonette


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Comments (7)

  1. norwaygranny

    Your first couple of sentences exactly describe the reason so many second babies are conceived.

    1. Gracie (Post author)

      Haha I can totally see why. Oh man we’re in trouble…

  2. unicorntapestry

    Is that Ben’s old caterpillar outfit? You guys are so cool. And so far away.

    1. Gracie (Post author)

      Haha yeah, Ben made a great caterpillar too. Ben had the stout and stocky caterpillar thing, and Jeff has the lanky long-legged caterpillar. I love all my boys!!! Yeah, I miss you a million. What’s your address?

  3. Gracie (Post author)

    Re: OMG

    Haha, that’s awesome. We should all get together soon!

  4. Anonymous

    HA! us and our geeky-nerd husbands…

    Infants…I read that watching infants grow is like tying to hold water in your hands. But that we should look forward to the puddle that is left behind. Each stage is so much fun and so sad at the same time. I’m ready for another one.

    1. Gracie (Post author)

      I like that analogy. I find that with everything she leaves behind, she gains something new. I remember you talking about Jonah getting so big and stuff- now I feel like I understand it in a whole new way.

      Haha! Another already? Well they’d be 1.5-2 years apart, which is basically what you wanted anyway, right? Oooh! A girl this time!


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