I don't particularly like drinking coffee, but I DO love the smooth creaminess of coffee ice cream (no, I did not eat that entire bowl by myself).
We usually eat dinner around the table in our dining room, but EVERY ONCE IN AWHILE...we eat on a picnic blanket in the garage.
She often likes to observe the world from up in my arms, but SOMETIMES...she likes to rock-and-roll all on her own.
For the longest time, she never wanted to wear dresses, but NOW...she picks them out at least once a week.
We don't typically find snakes in our backyard, but a few weeks ago - we DID.
This week, I was reminded that things aren't always black-and-white. In fact, most of the time they're not. There are almost always exceptions...pros and cons...shades of gray.
edited to add: I think this is what makes being a parent so tough sometimes. Every child is a beautifully unique individual and every situation is full of nuances.
Tell me. Do you like coffee ice cream? Where do you typically eat dinner? Have you discovered any crazy/creepy creatures in your backyard this spring?