It’s week four and snow is falling outside at impossible rates. I’m trying to distract myself from the worry that we’ll lose power by writing this post. (It’s not working.)
David / The hum of the nebulizer has become commonplace in the past week or so. David’s actually gotten pretty good at it.
If you’re looking for a non-screen toy to keep your child’s hands busy, this is it. It’s called the Perplexus, and it’s actually designed for kids a little older than David, but he doesn’t seem to mind. (Thanks, Britton!)
Mary Virginia / My little snuggle bug. Her favorite thing in the world is to be cozy. At least once a day every she sneaks into my room and I find her under the covers in my bed. (And yet, when it’s actually time for bed she flat-out refuses.)
Thomas / I thought I felt a sense of dread before this snow storm, then hours before the snow hit my baby spiked a fever and that dread settled right into the pit of my stomach. I had hoped to take a photo of Thomas enjoying his first real snow but this is what we’ve got instead; fever-baby inside, snow outside, praying against a power outage and dreaming of spring.