I’m with Julia. I’m so glad my series is over. But, I might do it again next year…maybe. Today I’m just thankful to be putting up a little post about little things and introducing you to a few little changes on the little blog. Which makes me grateful for my 31 days posts because that definitely prompted me to make some changes.
I’m going to be adding some pages over the next couple of weeks, a little more about who I am and why I write and what this blog is and a page to begin linking my favorite recipes to. I’ve decided that right now my favorite things to write about are random motherhood musings and really delicious whole-food recipes that fit my budget and my family. Hopefully you’ll find something to interest you in keeping up with me.
I’m so glad it’s November. I could hang out in November a lot longer than 30 days, not because I don’t love Christmas, but because it doesn’t come with the rush December inevitably brings. November, for us, is slow.
We bid October farewell with lots of candy and frigid (for Georgia) temperatures. I take no credit for those Halloween costumes hiding under the big girls’ coats and scarves. It was all their dance teacher and for that I am very grateful.
My baby sister drove three hours to hang out with us for one. I sent her home with lots of candy and the promise that she’s the favorite aunt…for the moment.
This exersaucer is the best $12 purchase I’ve ever made. Viva la consignment sale!
Leaves are my one of my favorite fall motifs…though I wish jumping in them didn’t result in little leaf bits all over my house.
I’m so grateful that we had a quick beach getaway a couple of weeks ago, but I’m not sure how I feel about Amelia trying to kiss the fish at the aquarium, although I gotta admit, I love this picture.
Another item coming to the blog is going to be a series about how I’m learning to love the home we’re in. The Nester is partially responsible for challenging me to stop putting so much pressure on my next house, but I’ve also spent a little time over at Bird and Branch and am realizing that a small home can be amazingly beautiful if I will open my eyes to what I have.