Mamahood is hard...nothing new or earth shattering about that. This has been one of those weeks where I've lost my cool way more often than I think is acceptable and I've been feeling pretty crummy about that particular aspect of my life. I know toddlers are challenging but I've been disappointed in myself for not doing better. I'm going out with a girlfriend for drinks after the kids are in bed tonight so I'm really looking forward to that and hoping to hit the reset button in that department.
This past weekend Reese's school had a winter festival fundraising event and the kids had a ball. Reese was so excited to see her friends and teachers, William ran laps around the social hall, and Henry was smitten with Frosty. It was an adorable event and we were so busy chasing kids we forgot to bid on anything. Oh well.
Apparently I am not getting any younger so I've been trying to make a more proactive attempt at taking care of my skin. I went to a dermatologist for the first time about three months ago with a slew of questions, particularly about the melasma that I still have a year and half post childbirth. I also really wanted to know what kind of ingredients I should look for in products to help stave off the fine lines and wrinkles my kids are giving me on the daily. She recommended products with Hyaluronic Acid so I recently purchased this serum on Amazon. For less than $15 and plenty of rave reviews I figured it was worth a try. Will report back if I see a difference!
We are finally, albeit slowly, starting to get our house ready to put on the market. We don't have too much to do in terms of projects, but our number one item on the agenda is de-cluttering. We have grandparents coming over this weekend to hang with the kids for a few hours so we can start moving some things to our newly rented storage unit and get real about sorting through things we need to part with. We have outgrown our house and I still have no idea how we're going to show it while it's full of toys, but surely we are not the first people with young children to sell a home so I'm sure it'll all work out. But oh boy I'm getting nervous.
I love perusing travel blogs and have decided I'm going to move to Blackberry Farm. I'm sure my family will join me? I really could live in any one of these designed spaces, I just love them all.