Maybe you have, or maybe you haven’t noticed, but I have fallen behind on my design challenge. One of my strengths is being able to recognize my faults pretty quickly and without much drama. And this my friends, is one of them. Probably should NOT have given myself more to do during this season of life.
After last weekend was spent moving the little lady into her big girl bed, as well as enjoying some Mother’s Day time, I realized that I was not going to have an invite ready for Monday’s post. And here, an entire week has vanished away from me again. I had the best intentions of getting both designs up today, but alas…it is not in the stars. My apologies if you have been hoping to see these designs. The good news is, that while the blog is silent, the life is happening! We have been sharing some wonderful moments as a family, enjoying the weather and getting ready for baby. Pulled all the baby girls clothes out this weekend and sorted and sorted. And with my recent anemia diagnosis (boo hoo)… I am realizing that my o.so.tired.bones are not just due to laziness (yea, I have to work on not seeing it that way), or busyness, or a lack of ability to do it all, but to an iron deficiency, throwing me off my game.
So the moral of this story? I do hope to get these invites finished and posted, but I am not promising anything. I am feeling sort of ready to finish up with my current clients and be done with the biz side of life for awhile. I do rather enjoy spending my limited amount of energy doing the nesting things. And soaking in all the moments I have with my Sweet Saida before I have the joy/obligation/challenge/duty/honor of sharing my attention with her new little sister. Today we made these granola bars and played the morning away filling and dumping buckets of water and putting our toes in the freezing sprinkler water. Of course, while we were out there, I thought that I should also do some weeding and sweeping of all the pesky windmills all over the patio… and my hips and low back are telling me all about the stupidity of that decision.
Here are some shots of the past few weeks of spring, a growing little girl and a growing belly.