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I am thankful that my brother who lives in Japan lives in Nagasaki - far away from the earthquake/tsunami. I do pray that those affected will be alright.
I feel a little overwhelmed by birthday related things right now. I am trying to get the quilt finished and a bunch of other things.. never enough time. I also wish I could just go to a party supply store and buy everything all at once rather than having to canvas the city for things that might go together.. it takes ages! Even finding simple solid colored paper plates it really hard.
While at a wedding this week where there were other kids Anaiah's age I really noticed how energetic she is. To the point of me wondering if something is wrong with her... I mean while other little ones and sitting quietly near their mothers, Anaiah is running around and giggling. She really is anything but mellow. And it was hours after her bedtime! Maybe I worry to much, maybe she's just high energy and that can still be normal?? I don't know.
Other random thoughts today: I saw 3 elephants this week on the streets of the city. My henna is fading too fast! (thankfully the mountains of laundry are looking more little small hills now). I should make some spring tops for MYSELF this year.. I wonder where I can get a puppeteer to come to Anaiah's b-day party.
Add me to the I have to clean but I don't want to list.
I'm getting a little caught up in the whole party thing. It's just small, but I'm really excited. Honestly, I think it's nice to have something concrete to look forward to at this time of the year. Hurrah for spring babies!