I’m sitting here drinking my coffee, Eli is in his exersaucer playing. I wish he played in it more often. We think he gets bored easily, which makes things tricky around here. His favorite thing is to sit in your arms, facing forward, as you walk around. I call it “driving in his car.” He looks around endlessly and loves it.
So, this week was not one of my favorite weeks ever. It’s interesting that I think about it and all of the negativity it possessed and it makes me hopeful to have experienced it, to have it under my belt because certainly that means next week will be better. RIGHT?
Last night I was dreaming about my house being messy, Brian being a jerk, people stopping by and commenting on the mess, newborn sessions gone wrong and neighbor kids hiding all over my house. (like, I’d even step on them!) ugh. I can’t even rest in my sleep.
I feel bad, you guys, coming over, listening to me chat and all I’m doing is talking about negative things. So, I’ll brighten things up a bit:
Can you even take his hair? And his soft, squishy cheeks?
I absolutely love doing newborn sessions but I also love doing sessions with families and High School Seniors. I have one with a senior in the morning and I can’t wait. They are so much fun to work with and she’s my cousin, so I think it will be extra fun and creative. Hopefully, I’ll have some sneak peeks up on my other blog next week.
It feels like fall here. I bought a pumpkin clove candle from Target the other day, it’s so pretty and smells so wonderful but it sure does remind me that the seasons are changing!
If you were to ask me what my favorite season is, I’d answer with “June.” I love June but I also love summer. And fall. okay, I love spring, too. But I do NOT love winter. and it’s quickly approaching.
So, maybe I should buy this bedding set from Anthropologie and snuggle up with my family for the winter…
You know, in an effort to like winter a bit more.
Happy Friday, friends. Wishing you lots of love and happiness this weekend. (take lots of photos, okay?)
(by the way, Eli lasted about 42 seconds in his exersaucer, he’s now driving around in his Daddy Car.)