Her favorite way to get squeaky clean is in our sink and I love it. We have water everywhere and I get more wet than she does. I add too many bubbles and she splashes until giggles fill the air. I love these sweet times. I remember when we had Paisley in the sink and it made me realize how fast time flies. How small of a window we have that they fit in our sink. It doesn’t take much for me to make a life lesson out of something these days. (like a kitchen sink)Last night we filled it up with warm soapy suds, turned on some good tunes, danced, and splashed for a good twenty minutes. Time has flown and this little wildflower turns seven months old next week. S E V E N. #somebodyholdme
It’s funny how much my focus on being intentional this year has changed me in such a short amount of time. I’ve gradually paced myself to slow down and smell the roses, rid of being glued to my phone to work on my business during family hours, and looked at life in such a different perspective as a mom.
One day I hope my daughters can look back on this blog, my life lessons, and learn from them. To know not to rush life. That work and its demands will all be there tomorrow but your family may not. The little roly poly six month old will soon grow and next year her legs will be too long to scrunch up in the sink. I hope they know that I tried to spend my moments and time wisely and intentionally with them.
Its one of the best gifts I can give.
Love the messy, love the soapy water, and savor the time.