Project 365: February 14-19

No matter how mundane our weeks seems, looking back at these images I realize it’s really not.  I get so caught up in the routine of things…out the door to work and school on time, school day is over and now it’s on to dinner, time to workout and then get the kids to bed.  I feel like it’s the same day played on repeat.  But, when I sat down to process almost a week’s worth of images, when I looked at the little moments, each day is uniquely different.  And that’s why I push through to complete this project.

February 14: We don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day.  But, Sean has been begging for a gift on the “big” day.  We went all out, Wyoming style, and bought them new Nerf guns!

February 14: Ish.  Confession. This was taken days later. David discovered Sean’s Valentine’s message to me later in the week after a shower.

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February 15:  Morning routines.  For whatever reason, Connor is fine with David fixing his hair.  He screams blood murder when I try.

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February 16:  Another morning, but this morning needed some extra getting ready time.  We forgot it was bath night the night before.  David thought I was weird taking the sink image.  I know, though, that in a few years it will be cluttered with other things.

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February 17:  Classic.  Connor telling Sean he doesn’t want advice. Sean not wanting to hear that his words of wisdom are not needed.

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Staying up late to read.  How can I say no?

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February 18:  Apparently playing checkers and having coffee (Italian cream sodas for them) is a new Saturday tradition.

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February 19: It’s finally warmed up enough, and the snow is gone from the roof, so David decided to take down Christmas lights today.  Sean had the best view in the house.

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