Jul 17, 2013
^^ o and e in the trampoline.Wow. Sometimes I sit back during dinner at the table amongst the squawkings of my little one for more food, the dance moves of my eldest, and the shenanigans of my little cub in the middle, and I think- How did I get here? Are all... ALL these people, mine? Do they really belong to me?
It's been a real treat to have Owen home from school. He and Elena look more and more alike every day, and they really connect in a way that is so special for me to see since I'm an only child. Having your children love on each other is one of the biggest blessings as a parent. He loves to "take care" of her, and is constantly watching out for her like a big older brother should. He's mostly protecting her from her other brother... but whatevs.
We were lucky enough to find a summer "school readiness" camp for Asher to attend three hours a day, and he couldn't be happier. It's a small group of students with 4 Western therapists, and his language skills are pretty much doubling every week. I still can hardly handle it seeing him get his shoes on, grabbing his bag, and telling me to hurry so we aren't late every morning. I'm so happy for that little guy.
So Asher goes, and my morning are looking like the pictures above- mixed with the building of my little business, going to school part-time, and trying to get in shape again. It's busy times, but it's the best of times.
Hello! So glad you're here. This is my little space to blog about life, love, and being a mom on the run. I'm an American girl married to a super cute boy. We're LDS and we've got three little monkeys that we love on pretty hard. I run a little shop called Interwoven where I curate fancy rugs. My family and I live in Abu Dhabi- the land of sand, shawarmas, and Lamborghinis. We are hoping you stick around and share in our little adventure! Ahlan wa Sahlan!
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