Giving up Facebook for Lent was a blessing. I felt like I spent more time with God, myself, and my family. I was more present, and noticed the details. Going forward, my goal is to continue to restrict my time on my smart phone in general. I want to see my children, and devote my time with them, with them.
While I was away from Facebook, life happened.
Ellie has grown up so much! She has two teeth and lots of lighter hair. She is an expert crawler – much different than Link was. He finally crawled after weeks of army crawling, and then jumped to walking. Ellie is climbing not only stairs, but chairs! (So just a small, cushy chair, but still). She loves to stand and can pull herself up on anything. She loves to play with tiny fuzzies on the floor, Link’s hair, and any small toy she can find of her brother’s to choke on. Ellie is a big fan of eating and BLW is going great!
I have fewer photos of Link, because he doesn’t sit still. He still loves dinosaurs and really any animal. As I mentioned before, he had his first true injury, and is healing very nicely. He loves to be outside, once he gets out there. He often would choose to stay inside, especially if it is windy, but I push him a bit. He loves his sister, and is learning to be gentler with her (and everyone else). He is still talking like crazy, and the words he knows continually astounds me. His imagination has really taken off, and he is now telling us stories he has made up.
Justin and I went to California for my work conference. I did much better than I thought, being away from the kids. It was great to spend time with just him!
Easter was lovely also, and we were able to spend time with some great friends and family – and welcomed baby Ethan to our “family” on Good Friday!
We are so blessed, and I am grateful for the past 40 days that I had to reflect on the importance of how I use my time, and who I use it for.