I'm not going to lie - some moments are just plain frustrating. I just typed up a list of the things that were annoying to me and then I deleted it. Writing up a list caused me to inhale and exhale again. You don't need to see The List of Frustrations. I don't need to dwell on it. Life goes on. We're here in our townhouse for now, but eventually we have to be home.
I was attempting to think of something clever to say in this One Month Anniversary post but I've really got nothin.' I'll end with a smile, because that's probably the best thing to do.
Last night Jonathan and I had the task of unpacking several boxes of items that had been returned to us marked "Clean." Every item that is returned to us we have to sniff thoroughly to see if we can detected any smoke smell. So basically we sniff like drug dogs, grouping items together, separating things, all in an effort to try and find that illusive-but-still-present smell which is lurking in the piles. WHICH item is unclean?!?! It's a long process of sniffing one item at a time, over and over again. At any rate, the kids were watching us do this.
We had just finished changing Baby's diaper and had laid the diaper in a pile of trash that we were going to clear out. Jonathan and I both had our noses on items when I looked over and baby had grabbed her diaper and was smelling it in like fashion.
That was an easy test.
We declared the diaper UNCLEAN and promptly rejected it.