Making Memories

This is our menu, for the week. I always plan out our suppers, and buy whatever I need to make them. I buy things for Adam’s lunches. He really likes these spicy chicken wraps I’ve been making for him. I also get various breakfast things. Eggs, toast, cinnamon rolls, cereal, oatmeal, pancakes, waffles, Mj loves to put Nutella on just about everything. I also buy stuff for snacks. The kids come home “starving” after school, everyday. I make them cookies, frosted graham crackers, pudding, and I’ll buy granola bars, cheese crackers, and lots of fruit. We love grapes, bananas, apples, peaches, oranges, pears, pineapple…pretty much any fruit!

My kids are home, today. It was a teacher in service day, so there was no school. It’s cloudy, drizzling, and only about 58 degrees. There’s storms blowing in, late tonight. The temps actually go way up, as the night progresses, which suggests the possibility of some nasty weather.

It’s been a year, since Adam and I finally closed on our new house. It’s crazy how many amazing memories we already have made here!

It’s been a lot of fun looking at pictures popping up in my phone’s memories. ❤️

Last night, I rolled my eyes at Adam. When we went to bed, he smacked my ass. I giggled, which he suggested meant I wasn’t “taking him seriously”. This brought on another smack. I assured him, I know he’s serious. It’s just very hard not to show that particular expression, on my face. I am trying, though!

Besides all that, it’s a pretty quiet day here. Just hanging out with my babies and staying warm and dry, inside.

2 thoughts on “Making Memories

  1. Eve, you are so responsible in your household duties, caring for Adam and the kiddies, making sure everyone is taken care of, you should be proud of all you accomplish every day. I am sure Adam is proud to realize that you share in his responsibilities by doing your share. Job well done girl. Sir 🙂

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    1. Thank you! I am a pretty meticulous “housewife” lol. I like things to be in their place. I like the house to be tidy, to smell nice, but I know I can go overboard. I admit to a touch of “OCD”, when it comes to our home. I’ve learned to let go of our kids space. I try to just let their space be THEIR space. Still, when my son’s room gets gross, it drives me nuts. I just like to be organized.


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