Maybe not

After my great post-Spark nap last night, I really couldn’t sleep. I was awake until 6:30. In the morning. And the Bwun woke up at 9. (He was up much later than usual because he had a post-dinner nap, too, when normally he takes just one midday nap. I thought he ought to sleep in because of the extra nap…no such luck.)

With so little sleep, I’m definitely not feeling the “clean the whole house” idea.

Is it naptime yet?



(I had a nap earlier and now I’m not tired. So I’ve been looking for flower photographs on Etsy. Apparently I like pink right now?)

Lavender Harvest by GeorgiannaLane

Dandelion by SmallHandsPhotos

Love by MelissaBeach

Dahlia no4 by AramsEyes

Light in Studio, Vermont Lilac 02 by MinaLucia

Vanishing by JudyStalus

Love Me Tender by katydid74

freshly picked by inspiredimagery

Open by kittyrogers

Family of Forget-Me-Nots by SheShoots

my favorite dahlia by blissfulimages

3 Blues by slgdesign

Lilies of the Valley by dsbrennan


I’ve been inspired to clean our entire house. Deep clean and baby-proof. My goal is to finish by the end of February…I have two baby showers to host coming up, a wedding in California, the final exam for my Social Psychology class, and the Bwun’s first birthday happening next month, so we’ll see how feasible my timeline is. As a sidenote, I’ve started planning the Bwun’s party, and it is going to be so. Cool. You’ll wish you were invited. (You probably are.)

Also, we have the Romgi’s externship dates pretty much tied down. He’ll leave for Korea just after our anniversary and stay for a month, then a few days after he gets back we’ll take a week-long drive out to North Carolina. He plans to work at a firm in Greensboro for about four weeks, and (I’m so excited!) we get to spend an entire week just exploring the area. So I’d love to hear what you like about the East Coast – and anything between here and there – what we should definitely put on our list of destinations. This should be a really fun summer for us. After North Carolina, and another week driving back, we’ll stay put in Provo and relax until school starts again.

Good times, I hope!