So here's some this & that, also know as micro-blogging :) (are smiley faces professional in blogging? Probably not, but I still like typing them)
Miss Rose & Gracie began their second week of swim lessons today. They are both really enjoying them and Gracie is learning to swim! Hopefully once her lessons are done we can ditch her floaties for good. Miss Rose has a pretty strong and broad upper body. I'd love to have her on a swim team sometime in the next few years and see how she does. She love the water. They get to swim at their Grammie's house quite a bit.
Lily is having some potty-training regression right now, which is driving me crazy. She's been almost fully-trained for a few months now. After the first few days she didn't have any daytime accidents, starting staying dry during naps and 4-5 nights a week her pull-up is dry.
And now all of the sudden she has had 2 days in a row of naptime accidents and peed in the highchair, on the carpet and the couch. And I know it's a control issue because one time she told me she wanted to go pee in her highchair and yesterday she told the babysitter it was apple juice in the highchair not pee. This is a sneaky one.
I am not sure what's causing it. Nothing has changed. Hopefully after having several days off in a row later this week I can get her snapped out of it. That's one of the hard things about being a working mom, you can't deal with this stuff right away.
Bean is out on the town at a punk rock show, re-living the days of his youth. I've been to a lot of punk rock shows myself. He doesn't do a lot of fun, social events--so I'm always very happy when he does. Everyone needs that.
I am SO in on this book series right now. I confess, I've loved Christian fiction my whole life. I've always been a reader and I devoured the church library as a girl and continued on. I read fiction books so fast though, I typically wait until the local library has them and I check them out.
But on my birthday, I splurged for a Kindle version of the first book in the series, which I read on my iPhone Kindle (LOVE!). And I couldn't wait for the second book, which was just released. So I bought it from Amazon and it came yesterday. Maybe I finished reading it tonight. I bought the actual book and figured I'll try to re-sell it on Amazon . And now I have to wait until Fall for the next book and March 2012 for the last one.
Karen Kingsbury's tagline is "life-changing fiction" and I can't tell you how many times a Biblical truth or scripture verse from one of her books (or the countless other authors I have read) sticks with me and inspires me.
For instance, Ezra 10:4 is quoted in the book I just finished and it's really stuck with me.
"Rise up; this matter is in your hands. We will support you, so take courage and do it.”
It doesn't necessarily apply to any current situation in my life, but it's a great verse and I'll remember it.
Sometime during the night, I got a sore throat. And it hasn't gone away. I feel a little under the weather. I really hope I don't get a full blown cold. Because it's summer, and a cold in the summer is the pits. And I have a race on Monday that I want to feel good for.
Today I realized I have a long weekend, kind of. I have church on Sunday, but Monday is a holiday!
I told myself I'd get to bed early tonight, since Bean isn't home. He doesn't need as much sleep as me and I always stay up too late with him.