October 27, 2018

What’s with the crickets, Lindsay?

Personal

Who has time for personal updates?  I haven’t had more than 5 hours of uninterrupted sleep in, well, I couldn’t tell you.  At least 7 months when our tiny man, Finn, came on the scene.  Here is what life has been like since then:

 

So yeah, a lot of these two happy, blue eyed little boys!  It has been a wild ride and more fun, frustrating, heartwarming, maddening, and hilarious than I ever imagined.

Now for some sleep!

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