Watch out world, here he comes!
Today is Harrison's first day of preschool. I'm not sure when my itty bitty baby grew up, because it seems like milliseconds ago it was just his first day home from the hospital.
|Seriously, when did this happen?|
|How could you abandon your own flesh and blood?|
But I'm pretty sure by now he's long forgotten his woes and is having a grand old time playing with all of his new friends. I'm thrilled for him -- I know he's going to have a fun and exciting year and learn so much. I know all three of his teachers and they are great ladies, which makes it a lot easier for me to drop him off without feeling sad or anxious. Although I will admit that there was definitely a twinge of sadness and anxiety this morning...more of this letting go stuff again already?
But getting to spend some quality girl time with this little chica is awesome. Can you believe how big she's getting? Me neither!
|Undivided attention? Suh-weet!|
Another reason to be happy? Today is Tienna's birthday! She is kind and funny and beautiful and just overall lovely. Is it any surprise that we're best friends? Ha! It sucks in a mega-sucky way that we live so far apart from each other. I haven't seen her in over a year. BOO. I'm thinking a road trip might be necessary in the near future because boy do I miss her. Love you, Tana Bear, and hope you have a fantastic day!
Speaking of best friends, look who came over to visit last week:
|Trying to hold hands already|
We tried to get happy, smiley pictures of them together, but instead they took turns getting fussy until eventually they were both pretty annoyed with our picture-taking shenanigans.
Over the weekend we were busy little bees. We had two birthday parties to go to...it's kind of funny that Harrison gets invited to more stuff than we do. Having kids definitely has its perks. ;) We also squeezed in a date sans the chillins, courtesy of our friends Rachel & Tobias who so kindly offered to babysit for us. We had a fun night which included a trip to Hobby Lobby (Rick was pumped) and appetizers (and even a margarita, woo hoo!) at Cafe Adobe. It's always weird to have a meal without the kids there...we didn't know what to do or say at first and just kind of stared at each other, ha! With two little ones and Rick working so much lately we definitely treasure any time we can get alone these days. Even if it is usually spent talking about the kids and daydreaming about vacations.
Have a great week and try to stay cool. I've got to admit I've been sort of annoyed at hearing everybody talk about this heat wave and how it's hot and blah blah blah, like it's not miserably hot in Houston every single year or something. But y'all? IT. IS. HOT.
|I'm so ready for fall.|