Ready for Spring

I don’t know about you, but I’ve just about had it with the cold and the wind. I’ve had it with snowstorms and writing checks to the plow guy. I’ve had it with snow pants, mittens, hats and boots. I’ve just about had it!

The patent attorney got a kick out of today's Invention Convention at school!

Our patent attorney got a kick out of today’s Invention Convention at school!

My father-in-law posted this again yesterday, which always makes me laugh. And with Daylight Savings coming up this weekend, it’s just so appropriate.  Go ahead and take away my sleep mother nature, just don’t forget the warmth.

Spring Around the Corner

Photo Credit to the clever folks who came up with this one! It wasn’t me!

Here’s what I’m looking forward to this spring:

  • My oldest boy is starting baseball. BASEBALL! And I’m the mother who gets to go to all the games and cheer for him. This was a long time coming. Can’t wait to see him in his uniform!
  • Taking my baby outside for walks.
  • Running outside.
  • A 5K or two.
  • Evelyn’s Drive-In
  • Rhode Island
  • Travel
  • The grill
  • Playing outside

So the only thing left to do this winter is see the movie Frozen. Emily went to see it last Sunday night with a friend from school – what a treat! But really, I was jealous. I need to see it. Imagine how much I’ll be singing those show tunes after actually seeing the movie? Gosh, take me to to movies!!!

You know I’ve been vlogging every day, right? Have you subscribed to our YouTube channel? Are you enjoying the silliness? Getting a little taste of what it’s like at our house? What do you want to know next? What should we vlog about? Let us know and we’ll see what we can do! For now, enjoy!


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