Monday, July 16, 2007

And Life Goes On...

Just wanted to give a quick life update.





Little Man

My little guy has moved to one nap a day, but seems to be doing okay with it. I miss morning naptime to do things, but enjoy the longer afternoon nap. Will see how this affects my ability to get everything done.


Swimsuits my mom bought for all of her grandchildren.


Work

I got my contract the day before I left for the beach. I start officially today. I will be trying to make as many of phonics workbooks that I can by August 27th. I know the first one will be the hardest and take the most time. My goal is to get it done this week. Wish my luck.

Knitting

I got most of a my neice's size 4 Wonderful Wallaby knitted at the beach and on the drive home. (Sorry, no pictures yet.) I would have finished it if it wasn't for the time wasted on the Placket-Neck Pullover (see this week's Top Ten Tuesday for more info.) My goal is to finish the Wallaby this week, but with work I won't have much knitting time. Also, I felt guilty that I was making Wallabies for my sister's children and not my brother's son, so now I'm making him one, too. Luckily, my sister-in-law liked the color I was using for my neice's and I have extra left over. Very nice!



My sister-in-law (24 weeks pregnant with triplets) and my nephew (and my neice)

Blog

I'm enjoying it, but am afraid posts may become more scarce with work starting. We will see. Thanks for those of you who read this and thanks even more to those who comment. It's encouraging to get those nice comments.

4 comments:

Carol said...

The pictures are great :)

nova said...

Good luck with work and figuring out how to negotiate the one nap. The one nap throws me for a curve every weekend--I miss the morning nap too!

Simone said...

Hi, thanks for commenting on my flickr picture. My memory of the one to two nap transition, my daughter is five now, is that I initially panicked because I had to readjust my schedule and then came to rely on the extended afternoon nap. I think she could sleep for three hours at a stretch. Precious time, which I of course piddled away surfing the web. Good luck with work

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