Aiming for progress, not perfection.

"...being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you
will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
Philippians 1:6

Saturday, August 04, 2007

question.

how am i supposed to even fake the appearance of a clean house with this huge, plastic, brightly colored, noise-making circle o' fun (the exersaucer -- a blessing and a curse) in the middle of my living room?

oh, i know this has only just begun.

i need more space.

too many baby things.

4 comments:

La said...

You're so very right. It has only begun. =)I have a love-hate relationship with the exersaucer for sure. Is there a reason they can't invent a fold down one or something? Just wait....she'll have soooo many more big, obnoxious things.

no_iffer said...

I had a passionate love love relationship with Mason's exersaucer. I didn't care how ugly the thing was. It was the first time in four months that I could put my child down for longer than 10 minutes. Have I ever mentioned how needy he was? Anyway, I am sure your house still looks fantastic - especially with sweet little Ellie grinning away in her very cool toy.

jaronxaveryxano said...

HA! Just wait til you forget to pull it out of the middle of the walkway and then proceed to stumble toward your crying child in the pitch darkness of night.
You will LOVE that toy at that very moment. Trust me.

PB&J said...

I just got mine back out a few days ago. I am just happy to have it at this point. When we lived in our apartment with Faith, it felt like it took up half of the room. Maybe, because it did.