Project 365 {week 4}

This week marked the start of the second half of the school year and our first major snow storm of the season.

Charlie also decided he was done with any baby food-type foods.

Eddie gave up his Pipey.

And Cort and I wondered, yet again, how it’s possible for time to move so quickly.

January 20: Cruising the furniture and trying out standing alone.

January 20: Cruising the furniture and trying out standing alone.

January 21: Wait, I have what where?

January 21: Wait, I have what where?

January 23: Almost every other school closed. Mine did not. Charlie was super into Cort snow blowing the driveway.

January 22: Almost every other school closed. Mine did not. Charlie was super into Cort snow blowing the driveway.

 

January 23: Cort cooks.  Love these nights.

January 23: Cort cooks. Love these nights.

January 24: My view from where I sit during my planning period. hot chocolate with my boys...sort of.

January 24: My view from where I sit during my planning period. hot chocolate with my boys…sort of. (also, pinterest on my planning hour)

 

January 25: Typical Friday gear right here.

January 25: Typical Friday gear right here.

January 26: Charlie loves watching the snow and the birds.

January 26: Charlie loves watching the snow and the birds.

Eddie avoided the camera this week, but he had so much fun playing in the snow almost every day.

And the transition away from his Pipey (pacifier) has been easier than we could have imagined.

More on that tomorrow, though.

And someone brought it to my attention that I am in zero of these Project 365 pics (which is why I included a selfie this week).

I will try harder to get Cort to take some pics so I can be on here too.

Don’t blink…the end of this coming week has February attached to it.

I know, right? WHAT??

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About Katie Sluiter

Just a small town girl...wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a high school English teacher, college adjunct instructor, freelance writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. It’s crazy how fast time goes by. I wish I could go back for just one day and hold my taylor as a baby again.

  2. Time does indeed fly – faster then I would like at times. I love it when my hubby cooks as well. It gives me some time to do other things. :)

  3. Gosh these children of ours, growing up faster than we’d like. Sigh.
    OMG February!

  4. I totally thought that first picture of Charlie staring out the window was Eddie. And then when I read the caption I convinced myself briefly that you had mixed up your children’s names.

    You’re so right about that time flying thing.