Monday, January 21, 2008

It's Only...

It's only 10:00 and I can already see the day that lies ahead. Last week was hard enough! Jason was in Nashville ALL week, so I did my best to hold down the fort. I am happy to report that our house was still standing when he returned. I battled fights, pushes, pulls, bites, hits and tantrums. On top of that, we had a trip to UAB and I was "twinned" multiple times over the course of the week.

It's only 10:00...

5:30 CAN'T COME SOON ENOUGH TODAY!!!!

They do have their mischievous moments...

They also have their silly moments...

I really like these moments...

I love the sweet moments...

But these are my favorite moments...

6 comments:

Jamey said...

It's a constant battle with toddlers isn't it? It's good to step back and see the overall picture and see how blessed we are!

Corey & Alisha said...

Sweet pictures! They have really grown up a lot. The last picture doesn't even look like Jackson at all. He has really changed the last couple of months.

kyllie said...

I just can't imgaine what your days are like! I feel like I have my hands full with just one. You do a beautiful job!

And your kids are dolls, that last picture is the sweetest!

laura said...

Glad you survived last week, I know it was long. They are so sweet and the pics are great.

THE MORROW FAMILY said...

Cute pictures, Sunny! I loved seeing the old ones of the twins. :) The last one of all 3 is a great picture, too! I can definitely relate to what you said. Sometimes I look at the clock and I can't believe it's not later in the day than it is. Just surviving some days is a feat in and of itself. I feel like it's a huge accomplishment sometimes to get real clothes (not pajamas) on and a little make-up on. :) Sometimes it seems like the days just creep by but the weeks and years fly by. Does that make sense? It's hard some days to just really "soak up" the moments you have with them when your hands are so full or when they are not being as sweet as you want them to be. :) You are doing a great job, though! I don't know how you do it when Jason's gone all week. I would go crazy, I think.

Jason said...

I appreciate all the extra work you do to make it possible for me to go to school. I think I'll just sign over that diploma to you...I think you've done more to earn it than I have! Love you!