Ooo-blah-dee

Today has been wacky. I woke up late, well Myles and I slept in after his breakfast. 🙂 I love snoozing in the big bed with him in the mornings, there’s just something so cozy about it! Qade got up and knocked on his door a few times, but managed to occupy himself for the while that it took me to finally get up and get him. He was back in his big-boy bed for the 2nd night in a row and did stupendous. The first night, he knocked right after being put down, then when he realized that Mommy and Daddy weren’t going for that he would try to peek under the door, but we caught him there too. Ha! Later I walked in to find him playing with his Legos on the floor in the dark (how fun could that be?) but after I tucked him in again, he crashed, so he must have worn himself out. Last night we didn’t hear a peep till morning. 🙂 Anyway, today we were going about our normal routine, though I felt sleepy all day because it was cloudy. Then this afternoon while I was reading a novel, instead of doing something worth while, I glanced up at the window and saw HUGE snowflakes swirling down from the sky. Actually it was snowing SIDEWAYS! The wind had been raging all day, and now there was snow in the wind! It was too weird! It snowed for a little while even leaving some on the ground (patches) but nothing to serious. Funny thing for Arizona. 😉
Myles is still his chilled out (lazy) self, and not working at all to roll over. He’s so completely unmotivated, and coming after having a driven child like Qade it’s quite a difference! He’s just so content to lie there and play with his toes, not concerned about getting mobile at all. 😀 I know when he decides to do it that he will, it’s comical to me the differences in my boy’s personalities. Myles has stopped nipping!! He gave it a go a couple times, and then decided the trauma of being startled by Mommy when she was startled wasn’t worth it. So for now, it’s done, and I’m totally fine with that!
The ministry that we are involved in has been going through lots of change this year. I say that we’re in a state of “flux” and don’t know if that makes sense to anyone, but it captures how I feel sometimes. I’ve been struggling recently by getting bogged down in some of the details of these changes, and I really need to snap out of it and focus on what needs to get done for THIS summer. I need to think about the campers who are already planning their summer around camp. I want God to be able to use this ministry in their lives to make a lasting impact like camp did for me. I think “we” women tend to get more emotional about change and feel insecure when things don’t “seem” stable. So at least I’ve realized that I need to work on my personal take on things, and certainly to keep my focus where it needs to be. But you can pray for me and for camp if you think about it. That would be great!
Well, I have a little monkey who needs to go to bed, so I’d better do that before he really starts climbing the walls. 🙂 I hope you all have had a great week, and your weekend treats you even better! Ta for now.

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