I have a bit of the post holiday blahs. I don't want to take the decorations down, or acknowledge that it's over just yet. Soon, our friends will be in from out of town for Christmas, so I suppose it's still going on in some way. We will have our holiday party with everyone and their children, and we will get to see everybody again. That's always the great thing about this time of year. It's not the presents and the food. It's about being with everybody.
The triplets are growing so fast now. It's amazing the changes I see everyday. Not only that, their vocabulary is getting a lot bigger. Joseph's new favourite word is "cow". I read him Good Night Moon every night, and he has to find the cow on every page and tell me what it is. Phillip now tells me when he has to go. Every time he feels he must leave a room, a house, the car, he points and tells me "go go go". Hailey has developed this fascination with the parts of the body. She can spend hours pointing at the parts of the face, and tell you what they are all called. She also knows her tummy, fingers, toes, and bum. That last one always makes her laugh.
On the writing front, I have decided to do more work on the zombie novel before I move on to the third Hadariah book. I know how the trilogy will end, but I don't want to leave this new project so close to completion. I will pick up on the Hadariah books soon. The Dybbuk's Mirror is now in good hands awaiting opinions and suggestions. Then we shall see what the world thinks of it!
Now a picture of storytime: