On my mind...
This past week Noah started to sit up on his own. He also drags him self across the floor now when he sees something that he wants. Also we went swimming twice while being in Ottawa (sadly they wouldn't let us take photos in the pool area), he sure does love the water! He is growing so very fast and changing so quickly. Each day with him goes by in a blink and I treasure each moment with him. Love love love...I'm telling you....I've never felt it like this before.
I am at this moment waiting for Winslow to come home. For some reason I am nervous and emotional. I want him back so bad but fear that so many changes have happened in the last 5 weeks that we will somehow be different now. This is obviously crazy, yet I still feel it.
I have been enjoying lots of good food while in Ottawa. Sushi, Louis Pizza, Bridgehead coffee, chocolate croissants, it goes on and on....it's probably time for me to go on a cleanse of some sort.
Speaking of cleanses, I'm feeling the need for a major balance overhaul in my life at this moment. Things like the fact that we have boxes in our basement that have never been unpacked since our move back in July or the fact that I need to get back into taking care of my health (the natural way) are really bothering me. So to make myself feel better I will start this so called cleanse when I get back to Hamilton. First on the list? I need to put a bunch of our stuff up for sale on kijiji and I also need to make an appointment to see my Naturopath. Just putting these things in writing makes me feel better.
Also I am feeling the need to better organize my time on a daily basis. Do you have a routine that you follow everyday? I find that it is easy to get off track when I am staying at home. I want to carve out spots during the day to do things like cleaning, cooking and also make time for art.
Do you have any tips that may help me in this department?
Now that I've finished writing this list I realize that I have a lot on my mind. I'd love to hear if you have any advice on organizing your day to day, especially when it involves taking care of a little one.