back to the world
my nephew Micah
The last few posts have been a little sparse.. Okay, that’s a bit of an understatement. Fact is, pictures were all I could churn out while in the death grip of an undying coughing spree, and feeling like my throat had been scrubbed out with a toilet brush. That’s some powerful imagery right thur, yer welcome. Maybe it was all the sawdust I inhaled? Or I’ve heard polyurethane fumes can seriously mess with one’s mind, which might account for my general weirdness or at least the splitting headaches.
Anyway, we put the living room projects on hold while I refuse to work on another piece of furniture until my nose can smell something other than wood stain. In the meantime, we made a trip to Atlanta to visit Caleb’s family.
Micah has the coolest poses
Jonah playing catch
Jonathan walking Daisy, huge improvement over the last time when he screamed bloody murder at the sight of her
Sarah and my new niece (or nephew), due in May
This man. I love him more than I know what to do with
On the way home, we stopped by Ikea. I had to warn Caleb in advance that I get a little crazy in there. Like polyurethane fumes crazy. But really, Ikea is like Costco on steroids and I only go there once a year so I think that excuses my overenthusiasm.
me: “Look at this rug! Oh wow, I love those picture frames! Don’t you think this is the cutest frying pan ever?!!”
caleb: “I guess it’s cute, for a frying pan.”
“What have I gotten myself into?”
Our yearly Ikea trip was a success and the dining room table is plus two chairs. For those who have asked, there are pictures of the finished wood projects coming soon, I promise! Just a few more things to wrap up.