January, February, March Recap
I love looking back over the year and seeing how much I have grown and changed. It is always quite an experience. And this past year brought a lot of opportunities to learn and grow.
In January I was still learning how to be a mother to two children.
Faye was two months old, and I was discovering a whole new side to myself. Not one I liked either. Thankfully I have gotten that side under control for the most part.
February was when Jeffrey's internship ended. At that point he became a bit of a stay at home father. I loved it. We also decided to put our house up for sale.
And learned to never again rent to bachelors. No good can ever come from that. February is also the month I began to craft for the first time ever in my life.
And I have been addicted ever since. Still of all the clipboards I have made, the first one ever is my favorite. It was green and had birdies all over it, and I simply adore it. It became my niece's very late Christmas present. We also moved in with my inlaws during this month. I got tired of the Realtor calling and telling me that he would be to my house in 5 minutes with someone who wanted to see it. So we made our house picture perfect, and moved in with Jeffrey's parents.
March brought relief and sunshine, and a rite of passage with the baby.
The biggest blow out diaper I have ever seen. It was intense, and in the middle of Sacrament Meeting at church. All over my skirt. Awesome. I also saw the necessity of buying a nursing cover as Faye flashed my whole family. She sure gave a whole new meaning to modesty. Also, job hunting, and coping with stress.
And as always, we were visited by a leprechaun.
Something Keith and his cousins look forward to every year.
It is nice to be able to look back and see what fun we had, and be able to plan on making new ones.
Thanks Emmy for this great idea to review my year!