Ahhhh. Picture me napping on this huge, comfy, all white bed, covered in pillows and not a sound in the room except for the occassional ding of the elevator down the hall. I did that for 3 whole days!!
This past weekend Michael and I were blessed with the opportunity to travel to Boston (alone) for our 12th anniversary. I would have taken a nice hotel in Anywhere, America but Michael was asked to speak at a seminar in Boston. As we left, Michael asked me what my favorite part of the trip was, he was surprised by my answer…you won’t be.
My favorite part about Boston? No cooking, no cleaning, no responsibilities at all. All the dessert I wanted, uninterrupted naps and shopping and showering.
Despite all that we still didn’t think the trip was worth it when you consider how much we missed our kids.
Changing Sterling’s diaper this morning was the first one I’ve changed since Thursday night! Although I missed him like crazy I can’t say I’m looking forward to that next poopy diaper.
Grandma with the help of Haley, I hear, didn’t have any problems with the cloth diapers. I guess it’s like riding a bike, you never forget how to do it. Of course, the cloth diapers I use are much more user-friendly than the ones that she used on me 32yrs ago! If Grandma didn’t have a million and one things on her to-do list I’d have her write about her experience. Maybe sometime soon.
I also wanted to use this post to update you on a few things:
1) You may notice random strike-throughs throughout the blog. This is due to broken links that need to be fixed. Like one commenter pointed out, I am NOT unrecommending Bum Genius Organic AIOs! Just some house cleaning I need to do.
2) Always make sure to check the date of the blog post you are reading. Often times a blog post from 2 years ago has become outdated (like recommendations or what I use).
3) Always read comments. I know there can be a ton at times but there is a wealth of information in the comments. I answer every question personally and with much thought.
4) Thank you for faithfully supporting this blog by your readership and through your support of my advertisers. I am very blessed by our “friendship”.
Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ.