Last night: one of us wet the bed (not me). We lost power (back on now). 1.5 feet of snow (and counting) dumped outside. Movies & snuggles until we can somehow make it out the front door.
When your husband has a week long business trip to Europe, you fly in your best friend (and her baby!) to help! Four little boys in the house this week... we got this!
Explored a trailhead down the street from our new house, AND met our new neighbors! I’ve been super nervous about who they might be, but.... first impressions were great (they have kids the same age as ours!)! I don’t think I came on too strong, nor did I embarrass myself. So let the awkward “getting to know you, see if I like you” stage begin!
One of the moms ( @alysialovephotography )from Liam’s classroom always takes the sweetest pictures at school events. This little piece of happiness spontaneously showed up in my inbox this week, and I couldn’t love this genuine smile more!
Notices you get after moving to the mountains: It’s Coyote mating season! Instead of being concerned (they can be extra aggressive), I’m pretty pumped for baby coyote sightings in a couple of months!
He stayed out for an hour (after he got all his snow gear on) which just perfectly coincided with a long nap of Kane’s. It was one of those slow & lazy, finish your coffee while it’s still hot, kind of mornings.
Introducing the littlest to the pride.
Ash Wednesday. . . . Sending Liam to Catholic School has been such a gift for our whole family. I feel like I’m learning how to be a Christian all over again, through lessons from Liam. Today he told me all about Jesus’ love & it left my heart feeling so full. Looking forward to this season of Lent & growing in my faith alongside Liam.