12 August, 2012

Mamatography: Days 218-224

Mamatography 2012
Mamatography: A 365 Day Photography Project. At least one picture per day of what you did that day.
This week has had its ups and downs. I've been trying to go over to my parents more because that's where Mamaw is staying. There have been a lot of tears and prayers. I think she has just given up. She has been starting to write down who will get what when she dies, and any time we're down at her house she constantly asks, "Do you want to take that home today?"

Today my cousin had a birthday party for her son. (Can these kids just stop getting older already?) There were just so many people there that I almost had a panic attack. I think it's because I'm already overly emotional all the time. 

Little I has random conversations all the time now, some are with me but most are between his tractors/trucks/animals. It's pretty hilarious, actually. I overheard him today being his tractors' voices. It went like this: 
John Deere Tractor: "You're my hero, red tractor."
Casie IH Tractor: "I know I'm your hero. It's because I'm red."

And then his horse started complaining because Little I "falled" him. 

He's definitely my rock lately; any time I start to get upset, it's like he senses it and does something to make me smile or comes and cuddles. I couldn't ask for a better son.
I love this little boy.

Yay, bathroom picture? Oh, I got a new bathmat ^^ see?

I reorganized the fridge so Little I can reach everything he's allowed to.

Painting a picture.

The finished product

Little I's breakfast. Yes, he asked for all of that.

Midnight snack: chocolate-peanut butter milkshake. Love my immersion blender.

A really intense cheese face?

My sister and I had to arrange the pegs in the game at Cracker Barrel before we could play. Oh, and yes the one on the left bugs me because of the bottom line not being aligned. 


  1. super sweet. Love the painting and great idea about the fridge - hadn't thought of that, yet! Cool.


    1. Thanks Guari! My best friend gave me the idea about the fridge. I'm just glad I don't have to put a gate up to the kitchen anymore.