Tuesday, March 13, 2012

on becoming a spectacle.

People with legitimately LARGE families (as in Duggar style-large) might not be that impressed by my 3 kids, but I still feel like it's a major victory when I manage to run errands with all three of them and no one has a melt-down.

I'm not sure if it's because I'm finding my way out of the baby fog, but lately everywhere we go, we are something of a spectacle. I find myself smiling as yet another person tells me that I "sure have my hands full."

Claire singing from the Sound of Music at full voice, Everett needing "togopeerightnowreallybad," and this one, almost a year old and starting to find her voice and her will in the mix.

5 comments:

Jennipher said...

this is the first year i feel like i can walk in and out of Target without feeling like a target. :)

ONeill5 said...

I look forward to the day when I have confidence going into public with my B-Boy's without being a sideshow! :) I totally relate!

cmhd said...

You are far from a spectacle. They're all just jealous your kids are so cute. (And a year already?! Holy smokes, you're right! More pictures, please.) :)

Dana Gay said...

Your hands may be full...But they are full of GOOD things!!! I hate when people say that as if it were bad... "yep hands full and lovin it thanks" LOL love your blog and love that Claire loves sound of music major triumph there!

Laurie said...

I usually don't even try to run errands with the kids so kudos to you!