For the past few weeks, every Wednesday has been “Library Day” for us.
Today, the girls and I drove to the library to pick up the books we had on-hold. I request titles ahead of time because – seriously – there are A LOT of children’s books that are horrible [Poorly written. Bad messages. Etc.].
I also let my 3-year-old pick out 2-3 books of her own. She almost always chooses CD books and we listen to them on the way home.
That one in her hand is really good, by the way – Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters by John Steptoe.
When we got home, we had tea in the sandbox, with the sun beating down on us.
And per usual – I took out my camera and tried to capture snippets of our day. This one is a little blurry, but it’s still my favorite. 1-year-olds are wonderful.
Tonight, I have 1 million things on my to-do list [You think I’m exaggerating, but I’m not]. I’m glad I have a lot of things to do though. “It’s a wonderful problem to have,” I told Tim yesterday, “We have so many ideas and dreams and opportunities, we can’t even begin to keep up.”
Despite our crazy to-do list, Tim & I are going to take a break to watch LOST tonight. We always watch it a day (or three) late so that we can pause it at-will if baby wakes. LOST is the 1 and only show we are currently watching. It’s a good thing too because we don’t have time for more.
YOUR TURN: Do you use the “reservation” system at your local library? Also: are you a LOSTIE?