hat. A. Year. I can't believe it's only the end of February. I haven't been in the best place mentally, so I haven't shared some pieces of our life in a while. Things have been in fast forward around here. It's a little hard to believe that I'm already almost six months pregnant. Thatcher has been a more confident walker, and tries to run more than walk. Tobias has been sick once again, but is once again heavily medicated so he's slowly returning to normal, sans-cone. Things are still a bit up in the air for me. I've been toying with the idea of planning marketing for my business, but I really don't know what life will be like after another child, and it kind of terrifies me. Anytime I start to think or plan, I get almost immediately overwhelmed and discouraged, so when I truly approach it, it will be in a delicate way...maybe. Anyways, onward to the bits & pieces. I haven't been documenting as much as I would like (I get that way when I'm depressed or generally overwhelmed.), but forcing myself back into life is the only way I know how.
This child and trains. His train table was a Christmas present and he plays/messes it up at least twice a day.
We had a slight snow day last month that I didn't get a chance to share here, and I couldn't resist sharing photos of Thatcher in his snowsuit.
I love watching these two together. Thatcher absolutely adores Geoffrey and still exclusively says "Dada, hi, and bye bye". He also
books, and I'm so pleased that I don't care that I've memorized most of them from the amount of times read. I'll try to share more of the books we're reading, as I'm setting goals to read more this year.
And finally, some photos of our parking lot date today. Going out to eat with a one year old is difficult . He doesn't like waiting for his food and wants to run up to every person to tell them hi. While this melts my heart, it may not have the same effect on people who just want to eat their food in peace. Eating in the truck allows us to relax and Thatcher to be as vocal as he likes.