7:30am I woke up to the smell of oatmeal and the sound of a crying baby. We kept the boys up a little late last night with a sitter because Jeremy and I were out at a class. SO the baby hadn't really woken up on the right side of the port-o-crib. Once he was seated at the table with oatmeal of an edible temperature, and a spoon in his fist he was much happier. I, on the other hand, would rather still have been in bed.
And yeah, we're eating out of a random selection of tupperware and pyrex bowls, because the dishes didn't get done last night.
scripture stories to us. We recently finished Book of Mormon Stories and have now started on Doctrine and Covenants Stories. Last semester when we were homeschooling we would let them watch the accompanying videos, but today he needed to get dressed for school.
Urban Pioneer Story blog--a great post about our latest homesteading adventure. And I checked on a few blogs, and Pinterest (love!).
Jeremy got back and got ready and left for campus for the day. I got dressed and picked up the living room.
visiting teacher came over for a while. Jonas and her son played trains while the moms enjoyed a nice chat.
I lay in bed for a while and read a book, and tried unsuccessfully to get Jonas to entertain himself on the computer. Finally I just abandoned the book.
Jonas and I worked on grinding some wheat--I'll make bread tomorrow.
After heading in the boys sat down to watch Danger Mouse on Hulu (Jeremy got them into it) while I made dinner.
After dinner I gathered supplies and Jeremy and I practiced some twostep moves. (One day we'll look like this.)
Mutual (youth program) at church.
8:40pm We arrive home and put the boys to bed (late for the second night in a row--I hate that).
9:00pm I'm in bed. A hahahaha! No I'm on the computer, writing on my blog. Usually I alternate days on the blogs, but today's blog hop is a special occasion. I'll probably browse Pinterest a bit more. Read more blog posts in my queue. After Jeremy finishes doing dishes, we may watch something on Netflix or Hulu. Jeremy needs to do his physical therapy. I may take a bath or read more of my book. Then before bed it is time for scriptures and prayers, and talking way too late into the night.
2:00am I can probably guarantee to be asleep by then.
Today was definitely not a typical day, but I don't really think typical days happen all that often at all. Today was a day. We got most everything done we needed to (We missed family scripture study--we should have done it during dinner since we were going to be out late.) A "typical" day may have seen Jonas and I at the library for story time this morning--but in the real day we preferred our visitors and our visit to school instead. Here's to non-typical days--may our life be full of many more enjoyable ones.
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