So, as I describe our plans for yet another low key weekend, I thank you for staying with me. And awake. Friday night, Rhett is working at the movie theatre, and I think Peyton, Steve and I are going to go see the late showing of World War Z. Madison has no interest, as it is not a sappy romantic love story, so she is going to stay home and watch my little Flynn. I will have to do some strategic planning on Friday, as to keep Flynn from napping, so she will fall asleep earlier. She does not take a regular nap daily, but every few days or so, it catches up with her and she snuggles on the sofa in the afternoon. And because I wouldn't want her to be alone, I snuggle right with her. The things we mothers do, right? If she does nap, that means her bedtime is pushed back...way back. So I hope to keep her awake so as to have her bathed, jammied, and asleep before we leave, just to make it a little easier on Madison.
Saturday is free during the day. Steve is hoping to mow, if the rain ever stops and the grass dries out. We plan on attending late afternoon Mass and then getting some Chinese food for a special treat. Madison works Saturday evening, and the rest of us plan a quiet evening at home. My favorite. : )
Sunday is another quiet summer day here. Madison works the early shift, so after that I think we will cook some hamburgers on the grill, cut up some fruit and call it a day. We like to sit on the porch Sunday evenings...it is a thing we do to end a weekend and look forward to a new week. And that's it. That is what we have planned for this final?! weekend in July. I hope yours is sunny and cozy and pleasant, whatever your plans may be!
Walked out on the porch to find this little guy one day!
You are never too old to swing, right?
Snapped some pictures of my girls last weekend before we left to visit my Dad...
"Mommy, how about if I pretend I am sleeping?"
My oldest and my youngest... : )
Peyton with her shadow...
Me and my baby...
My girls = Love
Saturday morning muffins...
Sunday evening sunset.
Happy Summer Weekend, friends!