Sunday was a better day. In fact it was an amazingly wonderful day compared to the past week. Randy's feeling better now, not 100% but better. So that's great news. So far so good with Skylar and I staying flu-free. Let's keep it that way. Having had to stay away from Randy for the last couple days, Skylar was missing her daddy and he missed her. Said he felt like she grew a ton over last couple days and was just doing and saying more new things every minute. And she is. So, we lysol-ed (ie...sanitized)the room Randy had been quarantined to and let her sit accross the room at her desk so she could tell her daddy all the things she'd been saving up to share with him. And so she told him about how she liked the Wiggles....and her favorite wiggle is Jeff....and so on.....She had a good five minute conversation going with us....So then I started to quiz her. Normally, these days if you ask Skylar her name, she'll tell you proudly..."Name is Skylar Hodges!!" Until....yesterday... Yesterday when Randy asked her what her name was, she...without a blink...pointed to herself and said "PRINCESS!!" We had to laugh. Princess...how funny. So we assured her she was our little princess and then she proceeded to tell us she was also "Skylar Hodges." Little one's don't miss a thing do they? So the princess and mommy and daddy had some outside time with Caffrey on the beautiful day we had. Caffrey got to play with Cody and Kaine next door for a bit and he loved it. They are much bigger doggies than he is so he stayed close to Randy but he enjoyed their first real meeting. They've been sniffing each other through the fence now for a couple weeks. Skylar showed off her t-ball skills for a while and then when she was done, the bat became her microphone. Didn't I mention we have a professional toddler-singer?? ;-) So she climbed a-top her picnic table (she likes to sit on tables...let's hope it's just a phase...) and proceeded to serenade us. I like to call it baby-remix. She knows an abundance of songs....but tends to lead one into the other. It's quite entertaining. As for the rest of the day....just a wayyyy better day than the last couple. I Thank God for that! As I put Skylar to bed last night, she wanted me to hold her and sing to her. (She's as tone deaf as I am so she doesn't mind at all that I can't sing a lick.) Anyhow, as I swayed and sang, all I could think of was the peace I had in that moment. Holding our little miracle in my arms with just a nite-light on in the hall to see....All was right with the world in that moment. I just had to thank the Lord above for he truly did give us .....a Princess.