All that will have to wait until nap time as I wouldn't want to miss a second with Tater Tot :) This little fella is all smiles and laughs all day all of the time. What a joy to have a sweet baby! Blake seems to have some of his Sister Kara's energy level. He sleeps all night but during the day... oh my we are lucky to get him to take a nap of an hour or more :)
So has anyone else been following the news of the fella who is hospitalized in TX with Ebola? It's a super scary virus but more concerning to me is how unprepared our country is. Talk is cheap, our taxes are sky high, and this is the best we can do? Anyone who has followed this blog for any length of time knows I am not a doom and gloom person. No tin foil hats for hubby and I, we don't have a bunker out back, nor an arsenal of weapon's to take out the zombies. But... if the example in TX is any indication of what the "Officials" can do I think all of us need to think about a few things.
I for one wouldn't be comfortable with an agency delivering food to my door each day. We are good eaters we are also picky about what we eat. In times of stress we each find comfort in different ways. For me it's vacuuming :) and dark chocolate. Hubby is partial to play time in the garage and M&M cookies. Our big girls, hot tea, fancy coffee for one and any snack food for the other. I wonder if agencies would be delivering things like that? Having some special toys tucked away, family games, supplies for hobbies, and lots of crafts for the kiddo's would help pass the time while stuck in the house. I am thinking no agency will be dropping that on the doorstep.
Every day we can find so many things to be thankful for, today I am thankful for our families good health and our deep pantry :)