Last night was loooooong. Little Bit is sick. She threw up so many times we finally moved a chair into the shower. I sat there and held her and leaned over each time she vomited.
I think we showered four times before she was completely finished. I heard her about six this morning...this time it wasn't thrown up...and it was everywhere...all over her sheets, the crib rails, her arms and face. It was bad. I had to pray and ask God to help me not throw up. Oh these days.
So I'm really thankful we built some extra days into our school year. We're taking one today. Because I am just about worthless and the house smells like lysol and clorox and I just hope we don't pass this bug around. I heard two more children from the church nursery are down with the same thing. Nice. Share the love, baby!
A few weeks ago I tip toed into Sister's room long after she'd fallen asleep. Do you see what I saw? A full moon, perfectly framed.
And my sweet baby girl...
snuggled in and sleeping soundly.
Good night moon.
A little wagon action on the driveway.
The Engineer and I are attempting to teach ourselves guitar. It's been fun. I can't feel my fingertips which is really weird. He's catching on much faster than I am. Muscle memory. It's coming.
She so wants to be part of the action!
School has been going really well. We've read Joni Eareckson Tada's biography - the kids ATE this one up! Like - Sister woke me at 6:45 on a Saturday morning begging me to read more of it. Next we read The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle. I know this one is a classic - it just didn't hold my interest. Sister enjoyed it. Little Man could take it or leave it. I was glad when we finished it. Yesterday we started Bruchko. I may have to edit this one a bit, but thus far, the children are enamored.
The suckers were a gift from a babysitter...ahhhh...the perks of homeschooling!
Sister is rocking the calendar. Little Man is catching on.
We're counting by twos and tens. Exciting stuff.
Hope your Tuesday is great! And here's to containing this virus!