|i can't show you my whole face since i have a zit on my nose and look like a bum. notice my hair has grown though!|
Between moving, unpacking, and taking care of Ezra, I have been feeling so frazzled lately. I hardly do my hair ever (and Midwest humidity has not been kind), I put on makeup for church, I get overwhelmed by the mess of unpacking, and I'm just so easily frustrated! So starting today (and I tried to start tomorrow, but decided change is needed now, not later), I will:
- Put make-up on and do my hair so I don't look like I'm wearing a wig
- Dress for success and not for lounging (which doesn't mean I have to be uncomfortable
- Eat three meals- and no, a diet of cheese and coco puffs do not count (you wouldn't believe how few calories I consume)
- Continue unpacking, but only a little at a time so I don't get whelmed
- Read the scriptures (what a difference this makes on my daily outlook)
- Make a list of crafts and do it! Crafting is such an outlet.
- Decorate our home slowly
- Be happy. I have a great life and a great family. Yet- it's easy to forget.
Getting off my soapbox and moving on- Ezra is cute as ever and loves, loves, loves to run around and get into things he's not supposed to (thank goodness for child safety locks that are even hard for me to open).
- He is obsessed with the tv show Backyardigans ("we're yoooouuuur backyard friends, the Backyaaaardigans!").
- He sleeps for about 10-11 hours per night, which is fantastic- he does cry sometimes, but falls back to sleep, so that's nice.
- He is a short little guy still (and probably always) but everyone always seems to think he is big. I'm not sure why, he just looks sturdy I suppose.
- He is so determined and loves to climb anything he can get a leg up on. That little leg stretches far!
- What a smarty. I can't get over his brilliance and cuteness :)
|newborn ezra. so dang cute, right?|