Are we still counting the weeks? Seems like right around that time with a newborn baby, when you start saying their age in months.
Staying home, month 3. Pretty sure we’ll be talking about this in years. Or however long it is until there’s a vaccine.
How crazy can we get until there’s a vaccine? Hugging everyone all day long? That’s what I used to do. Oh hi, let me give you a hug. Bye, how about another hug? Someone’s left over food? I’ll eat that and hug them too if they want.
Mother’s Day, whenever that was, started with hugs from the people I’m still allowed to touch. And a baby handover because as huggable as she is, I’ll have my bed to myself for Mother’s Day morning thank you very much.
Yes I started this Mother’s Day post a week ago. I’m not sure what’s going on around here, but it isn’t quiet alone-time conducive for blogging.
BB took the obligatory breakfast-in-bed to new levels. She ordered,
“Do NOT come out of your room.” And slammed the door.
Who am I to argue with that? Although I did try to come out for more coffee and was rebuffed.
Every morning I eat a chocolate with my coffee. I mention this to BB. She tells me,
“After you eat your breakfast.”
Being confined to my room has its limitations.
Can’t remember exactly when normal life resumed. It was still morning, but BB had one more trick up her sleeve. Again she told me to make myself scarce, but only after supplying her with a box, wrapping paper and a bow.
I gave her all the aforementioned plus some tissue paper. She rebukes me,
“I don’t know why you’re giving me tissue paper.”
I don’t know.
I was made to wait until dinner to open it, but it was worth it: a Mother’s Day crown made from dandelions, creeping vinca, crayons and emoji stickers.
BB led Captain in a rendition of “Happy Mother’s Day to you,” to the tune of the birthday song.
I didn’t know I needed a crown, but once I had it on, the day felt complete.