Things That Made Me Smile (May 2012)

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About 150 Days Ago . . .

Georgia over at Gregarious Peach inspired me to grab my camera and document the joys and hilarity of the Potamus kids lives. I don’t know about you, but our daily routing is NOT a series of Mothering Magazine cover shots, so I had my work cut out for me!

Somehow, though, between the crayon-stained skin and bathtime splashapaloozas, I’ve manage to pull out some moments worth savoring. And oh, how I do savor them!

Doing the 366 project has given me the opportunity to step back from the busyness for a moment and really SEE my life . . . and it has been so good for me! So in an effort to be more mindful about the days that flit by, I’m going to start documenting some of my favorite things each month. Are you ready?

Here Are The Things That Made My May . . .

What made you smile in May?

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11 Responses to Things That Made Me Smile (May 2012)

  1. Erica says:

    Love the pics! So glad you enjoyed your May! It really is the simple things in life we need most. :)

  2. Kelsey says:

    Things that made me happy in May… -finding you blog -being skeptical that anyone in my house would eat liver and then seeing my two year old down two bowls of your liver chili recipe -a trip to Seattle, yummy seafood included -Saturday mornings at the Farmer’s Market -my baby boy (also a Micah!) starting to crawl!

    • Heather says:

      Awwww, it makes me so happy to hear your son liked the chili. It never gets old watching a toddler ask for seconds! And yay for your Micah starting to crawl. So sweet, and SUCH a good name!

  3. jill says:

    wonderful pics!

    i am halfway thru reading your ebook and getting ready to feed my baby girl Piper her first FCLO and soft-boiled egg yolk (she is 5 months old).

    thanks for your blog!

  4. Rachel says:

    Great pictures Heather! I am going to follow this great idea for When my family is visiting all summer. : )

  5. Aimee Durham says:

    Okay so this comment is completely unrelated to your post but I need some help. My kids are about to go and visit their dad for the summer. My boys and I just switched to a whole foods diet this past nine months and this will be the first time they will see their dad since the switch. He does not eat whole foods and eats all the kinds of stuff, and feeds my boys it, that we try so hard to avoid. So I was wondering if you had any good articles that I could send along to him to atleast get him and his parents to be informed about why I made the change. I mainly would love it if they stayed away from all the artificial stuff and HFCS. I know why I made the change and know it was such a great decision. But they tend to not believe things i say and well some scientific research would be great to back me up! Thanks for taking the time.

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