Wednesday, May 09, 2012

these are the days to remember


enjoythemomentsphoto

Every outlet has been covered; every flat surface, cleared; every cabinet, locked; every cord, hidden.  We have two very-busy-bodies on our hands these days.

All safety issues aside, our little men are finding their way in this world and it is fascinating to watch.  And it's for this reason we've been missing here as of late.  The gravitational pull of the computer has a hard time competing with a pair of soon-to-be-toddlers.

Will we ever get back to regular posts? Certainly, when the time feels right.
Will our work be that much richer thanks to this mini-break? Without a doubt.

11 comments:

Emily Lagore said...

So glad to hear you are enjoying your little men!!

You have a wonderful attitude - we will be here whenever you have the time/inclination :)

Molly said...

Honestly Suzanne I cannot imagine having 2 Tatums. He is a wild man...and as it turns out, a climber (much to my dismay). You are a saint!!! Good thing they are so handsome in their wildness:).

Meili said...

What a beautiful moment! Sometimes I feel overwhelmed with my 3- and 1-year olds, but then I just try to remember that they won't be this small and cuddly and curious forever. Enjoy!

Tracey Wright said...

This makes me happy!

Nezzy said...

What a beautiful sight to behold...well...two beautiful sites for sure!!!

I'm so glad your baskin' in the presence of your little men there. How precious are they?

God bless ya sweetie and have yourself a wonderful Mother's Day! :o)

Becky said...

That photo is magical and so very cute!!! Such a great reminder to stop listen and just be. Thanks :)

eileen said...

gorgeous photo - they are so cute!

gnomeangel said...

What a great umbrella! (I'm such a sucker for a rainbow)

What a lovely spot for the boys to hang out. Those red chairs are great too. I'm so envious of your sunny days.

Slimbolala said...

Live first. Blog second. (Or third, or fifth, or whatever.)

TeresaR said...

As I sit with my teens while looking at this, I can confirm that those moments never come again. Because I was often far too exhausted to enjoy them, I do tell other parents to try and savor them while they can. :}

chicellarose said...

Precious photo. And yes...most definitely enjoy. savor. drink in the moments. Our granddaughter is now 12 and finishing up 6th grade and I can't imagine where all those moments have gone, but do know I've enjoyed every one.