Comment on A Day At The Orchard With Juicy by traceykinohio.
What a beautiful post and family (I know, I always say that). And I’m sure the little man totally enjoyed having the day and “y’all” all to himself. As a single mom, when my son was small & I worked CONSTANTLY, I would take a day off; keep him out of school/daycare & spend the entire day just ‘doing him.’ It was good for the both of us. Thanks for sharing!!
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