After breakfast and after Marshall left for work I had to get the boys situated. I had a 9 am hair appointment and afterwards we were meeting my mom to do a little shopping.
After our shopping trip we headed over to my mom's house for a quick lunch. Ezra really wanted to see Rocky, my parent's dog.
I watched the clock close because I knew we would be cutting close. Henry would be at our house at 1:30.
Ezra was so excited to play with Henry and it was a beautiful afternoon. We played outside while Eli napped. Eli napped the best he had ever napped.
I even set Henry and Ezra up with a fun little activity (thank you pinterest) The boys loved it!
Once Henry left, Ezra napped- I had to do some convincing to get him to shut his eyes... but he finally did. And for about 10 minutes the house was quiet and there was a moment where I could sit on the couch and just THINK! Of course I wanted to shut my eyes, but my mind was racing. I had emails to respond to for my church responsibilities and calls to return for hair appointments. I knew I wasn't going to be able to sleep so I used the free time I had to take care of business.
Eli woke up and I nursed him. I cherish my nursing dates with Eli because I know in a few months time I won't have these little moments with him any longer.
I made dinner for one of my friends who had a bad accident a couple weeks ago and I insisted bringing something over to her after having her on my mind all weekend. Delicious corn bread and wild rice soup.
When Marshall got home from work we ate our dinner quickly and raced over to deliver theirs.
They don't live far from one of our favorite little parks so we made a little night of it. We walked around and "explored." Ezra kept asking where the slides were and we had to remind him that this was a different kind of park.
It was a gorgeous night and a wonderful day. But looking back on it, it was crazy! I am happy we all survived!
Have a great week!