I know. I know. I know, I know, I know. I am so slacking off on my blog posting. I write so many posts in my head on a daily basis and then when bedtime rolls around, I choose sleep.
Elias was on a good sleeping roll, but now seems to be feeling less than stellar and is back up a lot and spends most of his time during the day attached to me nursing. Which, is fine. I've learned to savor these moments as much as I can. And let me just say, he's a good baby. Such a good baby. Which is why I call him 'Easy E'. I marvel at him all the time.
I'm back working at the helm of Krobe Interactive. And can I just say how thankful I am to work with clients that totally know my situation. They know that I'm at home with my boys - that these boys are my priority. And they know that I'm committed to having an awesome team and doing awesome work. They never question that. And that confidence boosts me.
I applaud moms that stay at home with multiple kids. I have help here, because I'm working throughout the week, too. But, let's just be honest, I would suck at doing it alone even without any work to do. I get overwhelmed. Being a mom is so hard. And running a household is hard, too. I know people say that all the time, but I don't think you truly understand it until you're in that position.
I'm still not great at handling my emotions when I get run down, tired, cranky or when Asher gets run down, tired or cranky and I want to scream. It just equals a lot of whining and fussing and crying from both of us. Bless Rusty's heart when those times hit. He remains calm and laid back and lets me and/or Asher work out our issues on our own. Sometimes, I think I need time out, too. :)
Yes, this post is all over the place. And yes, I need to post Asher's second birthday pictures. Until I get that organized, enjoy these sweet shots from strawberry pickin with our faves - Christal and Hadley!