Monday, January 11, 2016

Back to Normal

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a good weekend. We did! It didn't consist of much. We were really hoping to get some snow on Saturday. It did snow for a minute but it didn't accumulate to much. Campbell got a sled for Christmas so we're really hoping we get a chance to use it this winter. We had some neighbor friends over to our house to watch the Razorback basketball game so that was fun. It seems like it's been a long time since I've seen everyone. After everyone left, Scott and I were really in the mood to get out of the house and do something. It's so freezing outside right now and everything was already closed so we were pretty limited on our options. We decided to just go to the mall and browse. While we were in Dillards, we unintentionally found entertainment by riding the escalators over and over and over and over and over. Campbell thought it was so. much. fun. So that was our Saturday night entertainment but I wouldn't change anything about it! #toddlerlife
I put my sweet peanut to bed then popped over to a girlfriends house to hang out for the rest of the night. We went to church the next day, had lunch and a nap, then watched The Golden Globes and called it a night. Not a whole lot to it but it was nice!
Campbell went back to MDO today for the first time in a month. I was honestly worried he would cry when I dropped him off. He never cries and is always so excited to be there but he's cried the last three Sundays when we've dropped him off at church. I think he's really enjoyed our lazy days at home together the last few weeks because he's seemed just a touch more attached to me than he typically is. When we pulled into the parking lot he had me carry him in which he never does. Then once we started walking down the hall to his classroom he started whining a little. When we got to his room, I told his teacher that I was worried he would cry. We stood there and talked to her for a minute and after a little convincing, he finally reached for her with a smile. I was so glad! He's always loved MDO and I didn't want that to change with the long break. I'm sure he's realizing how much he's missed his teachers, friends and all of the fun activities he gets to do while he's there. Meanwhile, I'm enjoying a quiet day of absolutely nothing to do.

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