Weekend reading: December 27, 2014

Weekend reading: December 27, 2014

Christmas Jammies

From Instagram: New pajamas {for the girls’ dolls too!}.

Christmas Day has come and gone, and I am anxiously looking toward the New Year. The second half of 2014 was busier and more frantic than I wanted, and the start of 2015 signals the end of some of that busyness — with the launch of the Live course, the end of the 101 Days of Christmas series, etc. — as well as the fresh start that turning the calendar page always brings.

On Monday, Jackson is scheduled for lip tie surgery. (We had to delay it twice because of the nasty cold he had.) Although it’s expected to last under 10 minutes with laughing gas rather than a general anesthesia, I’m still a bit nervous. I’m anxious for him to be able to drink from a cup and some of the other things that he’s not able to do because of the severity of his lip tie, but I’m planning a lazy day on Monday so we can cuddle and rest as much as needed depending how feels after his surgery.

What I’m reading: Bread & Wine by Shauna Niequest and anxiously awaiting the release of The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion

What I’m cooking: baked chicken parmesan, chicken quesadillas, sloppy joes, stromboli

What I’m thinking about:

{Follow my personal Facebook feed for the things I’m thinking about and talking about all week!}

Goal setting for the New Year

Blogging and writing

Choosing joy {from the archives}

Have a great weekend!

P.S. Do you know what it really means to simplify? Join us in January to find out!

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Did LaDonna make the jammies for the girls and dolls? They’re cute!

    1. Bethany, no I got them via a friend of a friend on Facebook that makes them!

      1. Gotcha. 🙂

  2. Is that the same as tongue-tie surgery? If so, my son had that procedure when he was 11 months old (I can’t remember how old your son is now). I remember your son had some issues with weight gain and needed some supplements; the tongue tie could have been a factor with that issue as well. Anyway, my son’s procedure was very quick and easy, and I hope your son’s will be too!

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