Thursdays Question

Here we are again for Thursday’s Question! Feel free to join up by answering the question on your blog (then make sure to post a link so the rest of us can read it!), or in the comments section (either here or on the facebook page).

Today’s Question:

What are you looking forward to?

Hmm…up until August I would have answered this question easily! I was so looking forward to having Tera here, in my arms! Now that I have reached that (wonderful!) milestone, I answer this question much differently.

Now, I’m looking forward to winter being over. Ha! It hasn’t even started yet…. But, honestly…I DREAD winter, and I’m especially dreading this first winter of stay-at-home-momness. I’m trying to make sure that I stay positive and come up with a plan that will not keep me cooped up every single day for the next six months…but I’m looking forward to spring and having this winter behind me!

 

What are you looking forward to?

2 comments

  1. Jess says:

    Oooh, summer’s a good one. I’d take that! But I’m also looking forward to a Mom’s game night I’m headed to tonight.

    This is my 2nd winter of stay at home momness but the thought of it scares me too. I’m afraid of sickness- that it will keep us away from PEOPLE, and that if we go around people when we’re healthy we’ll get sick! :/

    But on a brighter note, we would love to do some play dates with you (if Trevor ever gets over his current sickness) and also, I took him to the library a lot last year. They have little classes you can sign up for. Some start at 3mos I think.. I didn’t take him until he was closer to 1, but there were definitely just people with young babies there too so you should look into it! We’ve done activities at both Fairborn & Beavercreek. And if I see any with an age range that include both our kids I’ll let you know and we can go together. 🙂

  2. Beka says:

    When mine were young, finding a weekly event for us was key in getting through the hard parts of staying home. Sometimes that was a women’s Bible study at church- I was the only young mom and felt a bit out of place, but the time with those more experienced moms was a blessing for me giving me glimpses beyond my struggles at the time. At times it was a play group. At times we went to the mall to walk without coats and look at new things (not buy things!). At times we had people over for dinner which gave us someone new to talk to and something to plan towards. You can do it! You are a great and creative planner! It takes more intentionality, but you can thrive in the winter too! Love you!

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