Let's wrap up the month of March, shall we?
-we fit three carseats across, yay!
-Natalie is happy when she gets to be in "new carseat," but her punishment if she didn't do well on our outing is to sit in the "other carseat" which, as you can see, is not pleasant for any of us.
-Stockton disregarding his sister's leg on our drive to Beatrice - thank goodness we turned the DVD on so he wasn't angered by her antics
(We went to church at the Beatrice Branch last week for our annual Eastertime tradition - our second date was driving to Beatrice together when Austin was assigned to speak after his mission, and it happened to be on Easter. We've gone back every year since!)
cookie dough licks - Stockton thought it would be a good idea to rub his on the floor first
I was too worked up one afternoon to nap, so I did a craft instead while listening to uplifting music. Really good choice - the creative energy from doing something crafty refueled me(I haven't been getting very much sleep at night so I pretty much always take a nap these days. It is especially enjoyable when my window is open and I can feel a gentle breeze. Not as enjoyable when Natalie is being stubborn about taking her nap -_-)
|post-nap cozy nest - she moved right when I went to take a picture|
waiting for Mimi to arrive; two ponies! "like anna," as she said the rest of the day
|having a BALL dancing and popping this bubble wrap at my parents'|
Can you believe we are already having our third child though? Seriously, it has only been 4 years this month that Austin and I even met. (And then got married 4 months later. And then had Natalie a year later. Then Stockton soon after our 2nd anniversary, and now, a few months shy of our 4th anniversary, another baby. We are blessed!)
Also, it's HOT. Not humid yet, so it hasn't really bothered me, but I feel morally opposed to turning on the AC in April so here I sit at 10:30 at night, hot. Thank goodness for ceiling fans.
And, our first big thunderstorm of the season is rolling in. One of my favorite parts about Nebraska. Cozy! (as long as it doesn't wake the kids...)