Slowly but surely these brothers are learning to play together. Max plays the part of dictator which causes Daniel to revolt and start a revolution but for the minute that it lasts before a civil war breaks out…so adorable.
I was speaking to a friend recently about this weird stage I am at in life. Being in my hometown is wonderful and is affording me to finally pursue a variety of interests. Because of family willing to lend a hand watching Max and Daniel, I am volunteering with a children’s show choir, auditioning for plays, attending a writing group, singing in adult choirs, and tinkering around with a few other things. It feels wonderful to feel like there is time for my personal development and it makes me incredibly happy that all of these passions/hobbies/pursuits work with my desire to stay home and take care of these crazy boys.
Winter was fighting spring this week, temperatures fluctuating and rain pouring down. There are always those weird weeks when seasons make their last stand and it feels like it casts a spell on everything around it. Children feel more on edge and you never know whether the day will be full of warm hugs or chilling shrieks. It is funny how we reflect nature in so many ways.
Snapshots from this week:
Max, 4 years old Daniel, 17 months
Enjoy the weekend!