these last two days have been so beautiful, I can't believe that snow is in our near future.
I've done everything possible to coax the little bug outside, but she does not like the sun in her eyes.
we were able to sneak in a few walks, however, in between her naps.
our first little jaunt found us smack dab in the middle of Eugene Park off of Foster and Hamlin.
Eugene Field House is a lovely structure that I would like to further explore.
Every day I see moms and dads with their little ones.
I think they offer classes during the day, but I need to investigate.
The Chicago Park District may be the place to start.
we wound our way back across the river and headed for the park,
but there were moms and kiddos strewn about, covering all the play equipment.
I feel like we will be quickly losing our private play spot.
The "No BBQ" sign made me giggle as I had just been thinking how nice it would be to have a picnic there and grill out.
I can't wait until baby J. is a little older and the ground a little warmer so we can spread out a blanket and play!
We spotted these little ball-type flowers that we found last week.
What are they?
As we prepared the round the corner for home, we spotted this tiny little bird house.
Can you spot it?
The sights and sounds of spring are everywhere.
Scooter rides await me and the lawn is calling as visions of vegetables dance 'round my head.
Other thoughts on my mind this week ::
-- Completing our Taxes -- boo self-employment at tax time!
-- Leading my business in a more sustainable direction
-- Lowering over head by increasing my online presence
-- Planning more visits to Cuba (IL) to visit my family
-- Including vintage goodies in my shop. Have you seen my vintage recipe box and creamer/sugar bowl?
How it is utterly essential to govern your life by self-fulfillment rather than money or societal expectations as well as living a daily life that inspires you and makes you proud.