Welcome, February!

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So, apparently today is Groundhog Day. Depending on who you trust, one groundhog says it’ll be an early spring, another says it’ll be a long winter. Really, what difference does it make?  Spring officially starts March 21st.  It might be cold that day, or not. I’ll still be off work so it’s all good to me.

Husband took daughter to the museum today to show her the gemstones and minerals.  I am home with the two boys, one of whom just woke up from his nap and demanded a cookie.  The baby had an epic 2.5 hour nap this morning, woke up about an hour ago and is back down for another nap. Laundry is washing, the first of oh, about 20 loads today.  Ugh.

That’s the one thing I didn’t anticipate having three kids – the sheer volume of clothes I’d be washing.  I feel like I’m in the middle of this:

Is it wine o’clock yet?

5 thoughts on “Welcome, February!

  1. Here in Hungary on Feb. 2nd we have a different tradition. If the bear comes out of his cave and the sun is shining and he sees his shadow, Then he goes back, and it will be a long winter. If it is cloudy and he comes out and doesn’t see his shadow then spring is just around the corner 🙂
    We actually went to the zoo this year, but the bear didn’t come out at all, at the gate they said they haven’t seen him in days…, so i have no idea what that means 😦

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