I’ve wanted to do this for quite some time. In the past I’d start but lose it halfway through the day. Today, I actually completed a full days worth of photographs. Sun up to sun down, here is my day.
Note: I forgot to mention that my first grader is up before the sun for school so that is why you don’t see him in the morning. He doesn’t live at school. 🙂
She woke up at 2am and stayed up until 5:30.
My breakfast of homemade blueberry muffins. So yummy! I ate by myself this morning since the girl was a night owl and as a result, still asleep.
Well, I wasn’t completely alone at breakfast. Francis was there.
What better way to start your day than with a little Arrested Development?
Then this guy woke up.
And we hung out in his favorite spot for a while.
Bath time for little man means snuggle time for these two.
In he goes.
She kisses on him every chance she gets. And I need to clean out his drawer.
Unmade beds. They’re unmade because I’m busy snapping pictures.
Little girl finally woke up and requested a smoothie.
Because she slept so late it wasn’t long after the smoothie I was making lunch. PB&J – her favorite. We were headed to the park with friends.
Fighting naps at the park.
When we first got there she slipped and fell from these. I’m happy she dusted herself off and got back on. She was much more cautious, though.
This guy doesn’t like his carseat for about the first 5 minutes in it. Either that or this was his first “I don’t want to leave the park yet” tantrum.
The girl tried her hand at fashion design. I think she nailed it.
Story time and a pop up book. Bonus!
Time to pick up the first grader.
We got him.
Fall asleep in the car. Stay asleep in the carseat at home. Don’t want to risk waking him.
Proof that she painted today.
Sometimes when I have to go he has to go too.
Story telling at dinner. Daddy tells really great stories.
Feet of a nursing baby. Getting ready for bed.
After bath. Squeaky clean.
A little Justin Timberlake before bed. He navigates itunes better than I do.
How we end every day. Scriptures and prayers.
Thanks for sticking through to the end. It really was fun, but tiring and challenging as well. I hope to do things like this more often.
Happy April 25th.