Life is a test. We are not present on earth to just exist; we are here to learn. Life is a lesson. Love one another unconditionally. Love thyself unconditionally. We spend our whole lives learning to do this. Some succeed and some never have a clue. I'm trying. Love my fellow man. Don't react and don't always have to be right. This is one I'll have to work on for the rest of my life. Appreciate each day and recognize positive and negative as a part of life's experiences. Look around me and see life at it's best. The joys of living come as you strive to achieve your dreams. Its the quality of each day that is important, not the distant dream once achieved. Teach and nurture my children. You can never give them too much love. -Randa Jex 1/1/94
Thursday, February 23
Wednesday, February 15
It was a great day and I am so thankful for my adorable husband, sweet baby boy and my loving mom and dad. You guys make everyday fun!
Monday, February 13
(Sorry this is so fuzzy--- it was dark and all I had was my phone.)
I can't explain the feeling as I walked in Austin's classroom this afternoon to get this sweet boy after being away from him for 5 days. I seriously had to fight back tears when he saw me and started smiling as big as he could and whimpering for me to come pick him up. This little guy melts my heart.
I spent the entire night catching up on kissing those cheeks and I couldn't bring myself to put him in bed for his 5pm nap....I had to hold him. Ahhhh it's so good to be home with my boys.
Here we are having a Mohawk party before bed!
Friday, February 3
Here are some pics form the week. I finally got back to running the other evening after taking a few days off after getting LASIK. Last night I took Austin on a long, wonderful and much needed jog to clear my head after a really tough work week. I could run for days in this warm February weather however it looks as though the mosquito can too. I was wearing pants and still managed to get eaten up so I was quick to put the mosquito net over the stroller so Austin didn't suffer the same fate. Let's hope he has his father's skin, he could be in the Louisiana swamps for days and not be bothered by those lil devils...I on the other hand, live in fear of contracting West Nile after grabbing the paper off of the porch.
Who is this little boy in my stroller???
I heard a saying the other day which I felt perfectly explained myself. I see life "through Mom-colored glasses". Like a lot of moms, I want everything to be perfect for this little guy and I know that one day I will have to face the fact that I cannot protect Austin from the world...but for now, while he is tiny and innocent I will live in my little happy place with A & Z!
When I look at this sweet face I cannot help but be so grateful for everything Zach and I have have been blessed with. So maybe I am seeing things a bit too rosey...but that is just me and as Zach always says..."I would LOVE to live in your world".
LOVES LOVES LOVES Bathtime!!!