>> 1.27.2012

It's sunny but cold today, and I'm already on my third cup of (decaf) tea.
Jameson's still napping and I've finished working for the day.
We're almost out of milk and I'm trying to decide whether or not to rinse that load of laundry again.

I miss writing beautiful things.

I was completely content today, right here in this tiny town with it's lack of social activities and my inability to drive a car.
Jameson and I went out to a baby-friendly cafe, and I ate cake and drank coffee, while he sat in a highchair and gummed a baby rice cake. I made him laugh and he hugged me with his sticky fingers, and then a friend of ours coincidentally popped in and we ended up talking for an hour while she ate lunch with her two-year old, and the little bean-baby that is growing in her belly.

On the walk home, I looked at the sky and breathed in clean air, and reveled in the fact that I was okay, we were happy, and that I didn't have a burning desire to be anywhere else at that moment.

I don't know what this means.
Maybe it doesn't mean anything, or maybe it means everything.

Either way, it was nice.

Here's what life looks like lately. (And here's a promise to start working on photography again. Cause I need to.)

Hanging out at Uncle Jordan and Aunt Brandi's apartment in Dallas.

Oatmeal wasn't his favorite...

Gong Xi Fai Cai! (Or, Happy Chinese New Year!)

Double crowns. This may pose problems in the future.

Sesame Street. He loves it.

The gluten-intolerant's version of a ham sandwich.

4 thoughts:

eliseloyola January 27, 2012 at 10:11 AM  

Love this post and LOVE the pictures of Jameson with the laptop. SOOOO adorable. He is just the cutest.

Carrie January 27, 2012 at 10:14 AM  

That baby is a bundle of cuteness! So glad you're experiencing some contentedness. :)

GemmaLH January 27, 2012 at 12:12 PM  

it was lovely to see you today, and im glad you had a nice walk back, whatever it means, it was a good day xx

Julie January 28, 2012 at 3:24 PM  

Oh my, Jameson and Willow would be best buddies. I love all the pictures you posted! I wish I had a kid friendly cafe close by, it sounds magical. We're watching Sesame street right now (for the 80's) and I'm surprised how much I remember without having remembered it. Your son is just amazing!

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