Early yoga...day 3 of yoga in a row.
Friday are also babysitter days and I had plans to meet Erin from It's All Happening for coffee (along with new-to-the-world baby boy Luke) so that we can plan a MN blogger get together (look for posts about this on our blogs next week!). Self portrait in the car. I'm always a little surprised by wrinkles in photos - I don't notice them as much in person.
I eat about half and am then full for the next 4 hours. Which is a long time in Laura land :)
Then after meeting with Erin, I go to meet Husband with plans for us to both work at a coffee shop on computer stuff. But the place we had picked out won't work due to boring reasons that I won't get into. We pick Keegan's instead -they have internet, are in our neighborhood, and Husband wanted to eat lunch. I wish Panera hadn't closed in my neighborhood - that was my go to location.
I end up not getting much work done at all, but a surprise date is fun.
All day long he has been obsessing about a stock and whether he should sell or not. I try really, really hard to pay attention and not let my eyes glaze over. Sorry, Husbo!
Meanwhile, with the babysitter, Bella is so proud of herself for going down a slide that made her scared just a couple days before. I'm happy to outsource a visit to the park on this chilly day!
Back home for naptime.
Random stuff on the table, very representative of life. I clear the table off regularly and yet it piles up within hours.
I catch a little nap along with the kids while Husband works. Oli gets up and we play downstairs. The cats are surprisingly willing to hang out around him. This might change very soon as he gets more and more mobile!
Folding clothes. I don't like cloth wipes (dunno why), but I find these little washcloths ideal for wiping faces and hands after meals. I fold them overlapping and keep them in a wipes box in the kitchen.
Give Oliver a bath and Bella wakes up. Husband wraps up his work for the day and joins in the family fun.
Bella types her name for her daddy and he is impressed.
Practicing letter writing in a creative place.
Dishes: always and forever more. Also featured: hideous outfit of regular clothes on top and Husband's pj pants on the bottom.
Lazy Friday night after the kids go to bed. Husband does more computer work. I watch a documentary called Doctor's Diaries on Netflix. I'm tired of Netflix having no movies to watch, but this documentary is pretty interesting. Kind of anxiety producing, really. Glad Husband did not pursue medical school like he talked about early in our relationship. We would have made it work, but it would have been so challenging with it's extreme demands.
Up to bed. Bella is zonked out between us while Husband and I look at stuff on our iPhones.