This weekend was...
spotting our first hatched bluebird eggs,
new additions to the spring nature table,
a little bit of toddler-proofing (we have a new obsession with the computer mouse),
Earth Day celebrating,
lots of drawing,
remembering to slow down and savor,
new lawn mower purchasing.
I've always felt so shy about sharing our weekends in this thread. For us, weekends aren't about "doing" much of anything. We've never been much for going and doing, even when it was just Steve and me. But now since reading Parenting for Peace, I'm making a very focused effort to be present in each moment for Silas and to not only be comfortable with the not doing that comes with running on toddler-time, but reveling in it. There's been a bit of a blog meme going around of sharing a sample daily schedule. I've gone back and forth about whether or not this is something that I want to participate in. No schedule that I've read looks quite like ours and I'd love to provide some solidarity for others who might run with the same flow that we do. But, it's also such an intimate thing. I think it would be interesting to chart on of our days if for nothing else than for Silas' baby book.
Linking up with Amanda at The Habit of Being.