Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Day 978: Too Little For His Britches

Darling A joined us again for the morning rush.  But today I was able to handle it on my own.  Well, with an encouraging hug and kiss from HH.

It was still to stressful to really be considered a Joyful Moment, though.

But we got to the gym early this morning, so I decided to make the most of the time and played with Baby B in one of the smaller gyms, while feeding Darling A.  Sometimes this type of situation will drive Baby B crazy, but this morning he was having a great time throwing and bouncing balls back and forth with me.

And it was a Joyful Moment for me watching him have such a great time.  And watching him reach down frequently to pull his sliding pants back up was pretty funny, too.  The sad thing is, their size is 12-18 months and they still slip right off of his skinny little waist!

Of course, this happy moment was interrupted by a sudden blowout from Darling A.  But, there wasn't any real harm done.  At least there was still time for me to get her cleaned up in time to make it to yoga class.  And the instructor was there today, so I didn't have to teach.  That was a Joyful Moment as well.

Unfortunately, Baby B was kind of "off" the rest of the day and threw plenty of tantrums.

Not a Joyful Moment.

But, Darling A was a precious princess through it all.  She was all smiles and cute little "coo's" every time we locked eyes all day.  I just love her!  It was so many Joyful Moments with her today.

Wishing you all Joyful Moments with someone so darling!


Linda said...

Dad and I went to see 2016 this evening - very interesting movie. If it comes to the North Pole and you see it, let me know what you think. Anyway, in the middle of it, I received the long awaited phone call from my friend, the orthopoedist, so I stepped outside the theater to take his call. He said that based on looking at my x-rays, he thinks things are fine and suggested that for now I "hold the course" meaning continue with the boot. He's going to talk with some colleagues tomorrow who are specialists in feet and ankles and let me know their opinions. So far, I'm feeling great relief with his opinion.

Cheryl said...

Mom--Never heard of it. But I'm glad he can help!