Saturday, April 11, 2020

One Month at Home

Hey, guys! It's been a while. It's been 3 weeks to be exact. I really thought being at home more would mean that you would be hearing from me more often on the blog. However, I've come to find that maybe "having enough time" to update the blog wasn't ever the issue, but rather it's more dependent on where it lands on my priority list for the day.

I honestly can't believe that it's been 3 weeks since that last time I sat down with the blog. Time has been moving at a strange pace where I'm never quite sure what day it is. I'm sure there's a bunch of you out there that can relate. For the most part we have just been floating through the days when both Nick and I aren't working. We almost always get a good amount of time outside in our days, even when it's chillier out. We just bundle up a little more.

Since it's been so long since the last time I checked in, let me catch you up with some photo highlights from the past three weeks:

Nick created a little workspace for me in our spare bedroom a few weeks ago, which has made working from home so much easier.

So far, we have only had one picnic in our time at home but, seeing this picture reminds me to make sure we schedule a few more picnics together as the weather continues to get nicer!

One highlight of our week is on Friday mornings when Piper gets to have a video call with her teachers and friends from class! This has been extra special given the news we received this week, that all schools will be closed for he rest of the academic year.

Camping "under the stars" in our living room has become a weekly thing.

While we haven't had much structure to our days, and we never quite know what each day will bring, I can say that our hearts have been so full during this time together! All of this extra family time has definitely been the highlight of the season! There have been more than a few occasions when Piper has ended her day randomly declaring "this is a good life" or, "this was my favorite day" or, "I loved this day together"! While we may have started off unsure of how to navigate this time of such uncertainty, I think we're doing something right.

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