Tuesday, March 31, 2009

When we need a break....




When we need a break we head to our usual spot, Starbucks! I love the expressions on Will's face. Do you think he is enjoying his Chocolate milk?

Things have been crazy busy, a good crazy busy!!! It is so easy to lose sight of what is important so I cherish these dates with my little man.

So please give me some tips, tell me what you do when you just need a break.

9 comments:

Reese said...

Hmmm...I love my 4yo date to Satrbucks too, but when I really need a break, I send the boys to Home Depot. My husband isn't super handy, but they still love to hang out there together.

tollesons4him said...

Looks like he is really enjoying his chocolate milk! Love all the different expressions he had!

Firefly@www.firefly-shop.org said...

Always fun at Starbucks :)

Ali said...

I thought I recognized that chocolate milk box! Since my parents only live 10 miles away, I just send them to their grandparents!

Jenn@mylifewiththecrazies said...

Mani/pedi and blogging... or watching a great movie w/ hubby!!

blueviolet said...

I'm so glad you cherish your moments with him! He's adorable. Love his different faces.

Jennifer said...

I love how he drinks his choco milk! So cute!

When I need a break during the week, I bring my son to my dad's house and go to Target. I can't help it. I love to wander the store mindlessly. If I'm desperate for a break in the evenings or when my husband is off work, I give the baby to him and lock myself in the bathroom. Or go to Target...

Shannon said...

I'm telling you... if my girls were younger, I'd have one of them betrothed to your cutie! He is adorable!


I consider going grocery shopping a break. I go alone... listen to my iPod and take my time going down the aisles.

Bee and Rose said...

His little face makes the cutest expressions!

I have been trying to spend more playtime with my kids. I hung out and played video games with Connor over the last few days. Today Cat and I played Princess Pie Shop and dress up. Then I shopped at her "market". I really needed that!