This past weekend started off pretty bad.
I didn’t feel very well Saturday and spent most of the day in bed sleeping.
I ended up having to miss my Little Professors soccer game…not something I like to do.
Thankfully Daddy kept the kids occupied, in between taking apart the lawn mower, so that I could rest – he’s so good like that!
Yes, the lawn still hasn’t been cut…I’m pretty sure the neighbours will be showing up at our door with torches and pitch forks!
Maybe they can just torch the lawn and be done with it!
Today I woke up feeling just as yucky as I had the day before but I had to tackle my weekend project.
Since getting back from Canada the laundry had piled up and was out of control, so between that and switching out the summer clothes with the winter ones, I spent another day in the house.
The closest I got to fresh air was having the windows open.
The breeze was beautiful and refreshing and I think it actually helped me feel better but not nearly as much as the mother-daughter mud masks courtesy of the Princess.
We sat together on my bed and smeared Chocolate Mud Masks on each other’s face. She was actually quite good at it and only got it in my eyes once!
Even though the smell made me want to throw up and the mask made my already flushed face an irritated, bright red, it was wonderful spending time with my little girl. She thought the idea of putting mud on our face to make it look good was just too funny and I could see a light bulb go off in her head…”If mud makes our skin better there should be mud BATHS!”
I told her there were…and that was the most delightful news she’d heard in a long time. I promised my sweet girl that one day I will take her to a spa so she can have a mud bath and she giggled with excitement.
I love her so much!
A little later as Daddy and I were getting the Milk Monkey ready for bed, the three of us had a really good game of Pee-Ka-Boo.
It’s a game he’s really good at…he gets right into it with the expected hiding of the eyes and then the big “Boo”.
He’s just so stink’n cute I could eat him!
As for the Professor, he’s spent Saturday checking on me…buying me flowers and doing a lot of reading.
He’s been into a new book series called Andrew Lost. He’s really enjoying them, so much so, he sat in the basket part of the buggy at the store the other day so he could continue to read while we shopped. He even stays up late at night with a flashlight!
He totally takes after his Mummy!!
And now, while I write this, Daddy is doing the thing he’s been looking forward to most this weekend…
watching the season premier of the Walking Dead!
I can hear the zombies all the way from downstairs!!
Yikes…too scary for me!!!
So that’s our weekend…
What did you do?