February 15, 2011

I feel very safe...

but a little weird when I'm taking a bath.  

 I have to remind myself that one day, I will look back and yearn for the days that superheroes lined my bathtub.

I'll wish there were more dishes to wash, sweet little mismatched socks to launder, and elastic hair bands in every nook and cranny of the house.  On days when the housework and the little annoyances get the best of me, I try to remember they are not annoyances.  They are signs of a life well lived, children well loved, and home filled to overflowing.

A little fashion tip: Boots are all the rage right now.  And look great with capes:

Is it me or does this guy weird you out, too?
Maybe it's the feet.  Or the body paint.  Or the loin cloth.

Have a great day!


Eleanor said...

This is soooo funny! One time Drew put a Batman figure in my shower and it scared me to death when I saw it. Of course, I thought it was too cute that he did that, so we left it for the longest time. You CAN get used to them. Just wait until you start talking to them! Hahahaha! :)

Thoughts for the day said...

That is Hysterical. SO funny I am glad you are so protected one never knows what might happen in a bath tub...

Bugs and Sunshine said...

lol!!! I think it's definitely the loin cloth!

such a hystercial post!!

Kellie said...

Love it!! It is important to remember those sweet moments in life. :)

Melissa said...

Haha thats great. I cant wait to start my little family!


Suz said...

I can so relate. I will miss the "people", as we call them, once he is all grown up.
I filled one of my bathroom vanity drawers with baby toys when B was a baby. She would play while I would get ready. She really did not get into my stuff because she had a drawer of her own. I cried the day I cleaned it out because she no longer played with the toys. Even though it was nice to have the extra space in the bathroom, I missed her as a baby sitting at my feet playing in her drawer. Ok, let me go get the tissues now.

Bo said...

snickering- now outright laughing. As a mother of boys I feel this one.
(and yes Tarzan is creepy)