I’m sitting here typing as my little chatterbox bounces beside me in her jumping gym. We always have the most intriguing conversations when she is in her jumper, but she is a little Chatty Cathy today, in particular. Must have been all of the excitement from going out for pizza with Grandpa today for lunch!
Although we are in the midst of severe winter weather, I did get all my spring and Easter decorations out this past week. After all, Easter is in March this year, and I want to have my larger than life pastel eggs and sparkely bunnies out as long as possible. In Eric’s mind he is thinking, “Didn’t we just take down all your Christmas decorations and put up your winter ones?” But he never complains about helping me get everything out and re-arrange our house. Poor guy. So, once again, down to the storage closet we went. I have to say, he really is a trooper when it comes to my seasonal decorations. He calls my decorations, “your things.” I choose to consider it a term of endearment. haha.
It dawned on me that decorating for spring is going to be a little bit different this year. This time next year, our house is more than likely going to be on the market. Sad, but so exciting at the same time. But we will talk about that some other blog entry…. This will also be the last season that I am able to have a lot of my favorite decorations out at “Nora level.” In other words, this will be the last year I have any breakables on coffee tables, low shelves, etc for a very, very long time. I was quite encouraged, however, because this morning when I got onto Mary Carol’s blog, she had this posted. She gives me great hope. Decorating with little kids
the more thankful that Eric works so hard so that I can stay home and
spend more time doing what I love. I love that guy.