While I certainly have much more to share than a half-finished sock surrounded by random toys, I have found that my energy level has dropped significantly over the past two weeks and this is about the best I can do in terms of posting. I have been working steadily on these socks for Gabe but I haven’t found much time to knit during the day and it’s all I can do to stay up in the evenings till 9:00pm before dragging my sorry pregnant body to bed.
I have lots to share with everyone. Spring is here and the homestead is slowly waking up: bees are buzzing, apple blossoms are blooming, and sunrises are occurring earlier and earlier. I’ll post more over the next week or two; I feel like I need to get everyone caught up in our lives before the baby arrives and all I do is feed, burp, sleep, repeat.
Happy Wednesday everyone!
Spring is such a busy time and I can’t imagine doing all we have to do here with littles and a new one on the way! Your a superwoman 🙂 Can’t wait for an update on your farm and soon there will be updates with a sweet new baby!
Thanks, Jeanette. I doubt my garden/little projects will receive as much attention as they did last summer, but perhaps it will be good for me to “take a break” from homesteading and just focus on the new little one for a bit. Gabe and I have noticed that most of our friends who take on large homesteading projects tend to have older children or children already in college. Perhaps there is a reason for this? We are definitely scaling back on our projects this summer. I’ll write more on that later. Love all the updates you’ve been posting about your little piece of heaven!