I think this blog needs a complete revamp (considering my last post was over a year ago), but on the way into work this morning I had the thought that I could instead use this space to keep track of funny things the kids say and do. I hope to spend more time here with the notion of only posting daily musings from my kids.
Up first, a few Rozisms:
On the way out the door this morning: Me: "Let's get in the car, baby!" Roz: "I'm not your baby, I'm daddy's baby!" (I guess she told me!)
After scolding her for throwing her juice: "Don't look at my face, mom! It's not funny!"
Is it just me or does every post on this blog start with: "So, it's been a while." The end of 2016 had me in complete shock that life has had its foot on the accelerator and our babies are nearly three and five years old.
I worked through Lara Casey's Power Sheets and uncovered goals I knew I needed to start chipping away at this year. One of them being to get back into blogging. I had been researching new platforms and ultimately decided my track record of checking in every few months may not immediately warrant me paying for a more professional blog at the moment. Perhaps a polished and more professional look is in my future, but for now I'm back at square one!
I'm not certain where or how often I'll check in, I'm just hopeful that at the end of 2017 I can say I recorded more of our year.
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