So I've gotten out of the habit of weekly blogging, not because I've been off doing some important life changing work, although life has certainly been changing, and not because I have been so busy that I didn't time, and certainly not because I've spent too much time on Facebook sharing links about birth, breastfeeding, or parenting. NO I could never be accused of too much time on Facebook. NOPE NOT ME!
I definitely didn't spend my morning working on my webpage for my business and then my afternoon curled up on the couch watching The Wizard of Oz with my daughter, totally neglecting the fact that my husband is out of tshirts (the white underwear kind, not the wear with jeans kind) until 8pm.
Oh and I have NOT turned into a morning person, even though I'm going to bed before 11pm and up by 7:30 nearly every morning, EVEN ON THE WEEKENDS. Don't let the smile over my cup of coffee confuse you.
And two weeks ago I didn't spend nearly all evening on Saturday planning my garden on graph paper:
Nor did I get up at 6am ON A SUNDAY to start working in my garden by 8, measuring and laying it all out with twine and stakes before planting a single seed. Nor did I have it all planted by dinner time. There is no way my children actually got out there and helped me out of their own free will with no bribes involved, And I definitely didn't forget to put on any sunblock and get a wonderful burn on my shoulders that is NOT at this very moment itching like a son of a biscuit!
Of course after the heat in the garden and all the hard work they didn't do, playing in the sprinkler was definitely not something I'd allow!! And those are certainly NOT rain boots on my daughter. LOL!
Of course now that I've begun posting again, I am certainly NOT going to promise any regularity since it's become quite evident that being consistent is really NOT ME.
I am wife to Marc; mom to Austin, Colton, and Lillian; birth choice, breastfeeding, babywearing, cloth diapering, and attachment parenting advocate; avid reader, sometimes knitter, gamer, and geek. Concerned citizen who encourages open and honest discourse.