It has been hard to come up with a "Feel Good Friday" story when it has been a rough week. We've had snow, snow, and snow. Sure, I like winter (if I didn't I wouldn't live in a place where we seem to measure in feet instead of inches), and it is so pretty when it is coming down, but I am ready for spring. I'm ready for green grass, to hear birds singing, crickets chirping, dodging the yellow jackets that make the porch their home every year and to just be able to get outside with the little one and get some fresh air.
Of course, spring leads to summer, and I'm not so fond of summer heat, but that is for another time.
The little one has been testing her terrible two limits as of late. Nothing out in public per se, but at home we have had some good temper tantrums. Its been a test of will power and sheer stubbordness.
But, even so, she has started doing something with her Dad that makes me smile each time. If you tell her to go "nose-to-nose" with Daddy, she will walk right over to him, put her forehead up against his and go "nose-to-nose." It is the cutest thing but I haven't been able to get a picture of it yet. Both of them laugh loudly when they do this, and it seems to melt all the tension of the day away.