Monday, March 31, 2008

Au Revoir.

We leave early tomorrow-- hooray for that! Meanwhile, I have about a million and one things to get done today, I'm pooped because I haven't gotten enough sleep in about 4 nights, and I have a little girl who is not only not feeling 100% but definitely woke up on the wrong side of the bed (or crib, in her case). Annabelle has done nothing but cry and whine since we got up this morning, and I'm about ready to cry myself. I think it's going to be a long, exhausting day.

But, I know everything will eventually get done, Annabelle can eventually go down for a nap, and in a mere two short days I will be in the mountains with my husband-- WITHOUT KIDS. Oh yes, I didn't mention that part of our trip yet. Since it is our 5th anniversary on the 5th, Jeremy and I are going to Estes Park for 2 nights by ourself while the kids stay at Grandma and Grandpa's. The family is excited because they get the girls to themselves for three days, and we are happy because we can have the anniversary get-away we really wanted. A blissful three days. That thought alone is perking me up right now. :) Praise God, I need it!!

There, I hope I left you all on a little brighter note than I started off on. I'm not letting myself get back on the computer today, since I have so much to do. Have a great week, my dears, and I'll be back on the 8th. Love!

5 comments:

Davi said...

cute pics of your dearies! Have fun on your trip and I TOTALLY can relate to the crying kiddo thing! We will miss you in bloggy land!

Stephanie said...

oh how exciting! a kid-free vacation will be so fun. Maybe Annabelle is just torturing you now so that you appreciate your vacation just that much more :) Your family is going to have so much fun taking care of the girls though!

alyssa said...

That is way exciting. Dr. Phil always says mommy's need breaks ;) Lol, I'm so corny.

Ashley said...

YAY! HAVE an AMAZING time! Take a few photos for us :)

Megan said...

Ya know, I was having a frustrating day upon reading this, and thank you for sharing about yours. Something about knowing that it's "normal" really helps. I am so excited for you to have time alone with Jeremy, oh that'll be awesome. Not to mention how excited the Grandparents must be- truly a win win.