Every day around here starts out the same. Somewhere between the hours of 7 and 9 am I here little noises coming from Sophie's room. I assume i get out of bed at this time and shuffle in to retreive her, however I rarely remember doing this. I climb back into bed with Sophie cuddled up next to me, I feed her and we both fall back asleep. Sometime shortly after that we are rudely awakened by marks alarm and we all begin to wake up within the following two hours. And somehow we all manage to get up change diapers, make smoothies, brush teeth and put on some form of clothes that aren't pjs and get out the door in about 20 mins. I drop mark off at work 2-3 days a week so Sophie and I can have a car for the day. Then Sophie and I come home and I make breakfast while she plays happily on her playmat. Misty whines at me the whole time. I often brew a pot of decaf coffee that I never drink because after i eat breakfast and check my Facebook, Sophie is ready to eat or do something other than her playmat. I then don't return to my coffee until approximately 1:00. And then our day is off...
The rest of our day has been filled with lots of things, here are some ideas of what the potter family has been up too...
We have happily welcomed fall and football season with our windows wide open, pizza, and football on Saturday's.
Sophie and I have had many playdates with friends and their kids although it is much more of a play date for me and Sophie just tags along.
We have gone to the Dr, what feels like a zillion times for different infections, screaming and not eating baby and a diaper rash that never goes a way.
We have done a ton of laundry because Sophie has an awesome talent of peeing and pooping on everything.
I now feel like an official mom now that i cut all my hair off, even though I said i would never do that. But really, there just isn't time in this crazy life to deal with massive quantity of long hair.
While I cut my hair off Mark is growing is hair back out from his buzz cut, this makes me happy.
We spend countless hours laughing at Sophie because even at 4 months she is one funny little girl.
We may have finally found a small group at church that we like. It is chuck full of kids and crazy parents. Way fun.
We are trying to get healthy together. One step at a time. Right now we are focusing on drinking more water, I think we are both bad at it.
We are in a stage of life where we are trying to enjoy every little thing we have even though there are some things we would change but can't. We are trying to figure out what our life with God looks like. It seems like our whole life got thrown in the air and we are catching each piece one at a time and figuring out how it fits. It's a crazy beautiful kind of thing.
Right now we are cuddled up on the couch watching football while Sophie sleeps in her crib. All is right in the world.