Saturday, March 1, 2014

9/52

"A portrait of my children, once a week, every week for a year. "

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Austin: He's reached that point where he love love loves his books and lets us actually read to him. As soon as it's over he runs over and grabs more. It's so cute. This is his current favorite book. 

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Allyson: She still doesn't understand how much toilet paper to use. 


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Aubrey: This sweet girl. Bless her heart. She's going through something right now and has the attitude of a 13 year old. Praying this too shall pass. 

Linking up with Practising Simplicity for the 52 Project 


10 comments:

  1. I can relate..........my 10 year old is acting like a teenager and it is nearly breaking me too...........Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. It's comforting to be on this journey with other mamas and just supporting one another. thank you so very much, Kathy!

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  2. I just had to stop in after seeing your link on Practicing Simplicity. My daughter just LOVES the Little Blue Truck books. I'm so glad to see that we aren't the only ones appreciating these cute books! Enjoy!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I wish I would have found these books sooner, absolutely adorable!

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  3. Little Blue Truck is the best!!

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    1. yeah he is! Austin walks around saying mine mine mine!

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  4. Lovely pictures, my five year old started giving me a lot of attitude lately,i think the attitude bug is going around. when my husband sat down with him and i and put together the pieces it ended up being a combination, sleep deprivation, a need for individual attention(he is the older one of our two and is pretty self sufficient so our mischievous nearly 2 yer old gets more attention being home all way and inquisitive with the potty) and a good talking to explaining that mummy is his favorite and works hard for our family and needs to be treated with kindness then they prayed together(melt my heart)... so far the combination did the trick. hope ya'll figure out whats bothering her, praying for peace for you!

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    1. It must be. Oh man. :) I think I might need to find a quiet, unhurried time to sit down and get to the bottom of it. Thank you for suggesting that. Maybe she just needs that attention.
      Oh and hearing them pray together, that's probably the best thing a mama can hear, right? It's the best! Thank you so very much for the prayers.

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