Y'all. I'm so incredibly sorry for just going MIA for ooooh a good six weeks. But I have to admit, it has been glorious to be pretty much totally unplugged! I've just been on my personal Facebook and email, but only to keep in touch with family and friends. It's just been nice! But now that 2012 is large and in charge, I'm ready to get back into the swing of blogging again. But with little Miss Georgia inchworm-creeping all over the place and letting her adorable, talkative, happy little personality really shine, I can't make any promises!
I finally feel like I've gotten into the swing of things with this Mommy gig. The great days way outnumber the trying ones; in fact, I can't remember the last time I was stressed or felt like crying. The house is most always presentable enough for unexpected company, laundry doesn't overflow, and I cook dinner most weeknights. Georgia and I have fun outings and playdates, and the weather here is still good (in the 70's today - in January!) so that we walk to the park and swing every morning and afternoon.
We've had some fun adventures, and as a friend and blog follower reminded me earlier this week, I owe you guys some pictures. We went to Boston, my family's Christmas cabins, candlelight Christmas Eve church service. Georgia is incredibly active. She turned seven months old in December and knows how to wave, give kisses and she's said two words (hi, and ma!, although she doesn't say either one regularly)...gosh, so much to update on! I can't believe she will be one in less than five months, it really has flown by. My friend Lynn told me that, as a stay at home mom, the days will be long but the years will be short. If I'd only known how true that would turn out to be!
Any "me time" that I have during the day has been spent on something I think you guys are really going to love. I'm not going to let the cat out of the bag until all of the details are ironed out, but it's something that I've been tossing around for over a year, and something I've always wanted to do. I got the ball rolling about this time last year, so I'm so glad to finally see it coming together. I'm just crossing my fingers that the next few weeks work out like they should, then I'll let y'all know!
I hope everyone had a fabulous holiday season, and may 2012 be full of health, prosperity and happiness for you and your families!