Sunday, January 30

I like sleep...


For the curious, this little guy is the reason I've been truant in art world lately. And I have to say that since he makes my life interesting around the clock I'll be MIA for at least a couple of months until Felix has some sort of schedule and I figure out this "taking care of a toddler and a baby at the same time" stuff.

It must be said, that since you and I are bffs, when I do return I think we all need some prizes presizes for being so fiel.

Excellent.

Later gaters.

9 comments:

Mechelle said...

It will get better as they get older, but until then nap, and get some caffeine to help you survive.

Meridth Gimbel said...

Thanks Mechelle. It's good to hear about the light at the end of the tunnel from someone with personal experience. Yay for the future!

Heber and Erin said...

My youngest is 4 next week. What I wouldn't do to be up late with a squishy little upset guy. Enjoy every second of it! Even the sleepless I'm gonna fall flat on my face if I don't stop moments. They are gone so fast

MormonBeadster said...

I can't wait to see that cute little thing on Sunday. Well, a peanut can be whatever it wants to be. Who are we to tell it its goals?

Meridth Gimbel said...

Erin - sleep still tells me we'll be better friends in a few months.

Altaira - Peanut just told me he can't wait to hang out with you either.

thea said...

fun to see! Such a cute little one too!

thea.
xx

www.spoonfulzine.com

Meridth Gimbel said...

Thanks Thea!

Vintage is for Lovers said...

You little Felix is adorable; and as a Mama to two baby boys, ages 1.5 and 3, we may be living the same, crazy, chaotic life these days. Let me know if you ever want to talk "diapers." Some days I actually feel like maybe, just maybe, I have it together. xo Samantha

Meridth Gimbel said...

My goodness Samantha... I just checked out your blog and you are a busy bee. All I have to say is I am so very very impressed. I feel very tired and very behind. But I'll get there. Business before laundry I say. And of course, kids before business.