Things That Make Me Say Yeay + Some Really Crappy News (an oxymoron)
Friday, January 24, 2014
We recently took Max to Supercross for the very first time and he was in heaven! We have awesome neighbors who got us the best seats. It is basically a little boys's dream with all the bikes, lights, fireworks, music and revving of engines. He had a permanent smile on his face the whole time and I loved this sweet moment I captured of my husband and Max.
How Ronin ends up every night, which is not in his crib ha. Ronin is STILL not sleeping through the night but I have decided to just embrace it (or maybe just deal with it) because I know I will blink and he will be in a big boy bed.
A very rare squeaky clean kitchen moment. It almost never looks like this so I felt compelled to take a picture.
Life lately is all about Nerf guns and bullets everywhere and my front door has become Max's main shooting target.
A recent weekend getaway date with my husband, thanks to Grandpa and Aubi! We drank wine, had massages, got to talk without interruptions and did not have to inhale our dinner. It was perfect.
And now for the not so good...such a downer thing to say on a Friday but that's life sometimes.
Pictures mean everything to me and this week I got some really crappy news. A couple weeks ago my old computer started acting all weird (first reg flag) and then a couple days after that it wouldn't even turn on. NO!! My heart sank when the thought that I might never get ALL the pictures back of the boy's lives up to this point. I am a complete idiot and had not printed out all the pictures yet from the boy's first birthday parties, Christenings, Max's first Christmas and all the other memories that you never want to forget and show your children one day. My plan was to get all settled into our new house and then print out a million pictures all at once and make giant scrapbooks. My husband works with some computer geniuses and after multiple recover attempts they said it was toast. I did not want to give up so I gave it to the Geek Squad guys at Best Buy (for a pretty penny I might add) who tried to rebuild my hard drive and get back some of the pictures. Yesterday I got the news that all my pictures were gone forever. I am so so sad about this. I decided I can't dwell and be depressed about it since it will not get any of my pictures back, but I have decided it's never too late to start capturing more moments and then immediately print them out. So just a reminder, back up your pictures and everything else important on your computer regularly!