Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Pillow Talk

In the evenings, I always enjoy pillow talk with all of my boys. First with Will and Luke. They are the sweetest right before bed time (sometimes super wild) and that is when we really talk about their lives. Luke seems to talk about Jesus a lot during this time so I just let him talk all he wants. Saying good night and praying with them each night is such a fond memory. The only pillow talk Westin and I have is me praying over him before I head to bed. Staring at that sweet sleeping baby is just pure joy. He is such a joy!

The hubs and I have a totally different pillow talk. Usually by bed time our phones are turned off and it is just he and I, talking about whatever is on our minds. Last night we got on the subject of winning the lottery. J is in a lottery pool at work so we do dream about what we would do if we won the lottery. We are not big, flashy people, we would never be that way with tons of money either. We simply would just live a normal life and allow our children to have a really good life. Not to mention our extended family as well! :)

This morning at work the hubs and I were emailing back and forth and again wanted to make sure each other knew that winning the lottery is more than likely never to happen. We are content with our lives right now. We are blessed to have all of the things we do have and look forward to so much more in the near future.

BUT, who ever said a little dreaming would hurt?? Do you enjoy your pillow talk? I find we learn so much more about each other each night, during our pillow talk.



Kelsey @ Seattle Smith's said...

I am ALL over pillow talk before bed, but hubs doesn't like it right when hitting the pillow and the lights are off. BOO!

~ 3 Men and a Lady ~ said...

LOVE Pillow talk!! Since Jas is out of town so much, most of our pillow talk happens over the but its still just as special. We have lots of plans that we are working on right now, so we like to talk about our dreams and the track that we are on. Sometimes new things come up and the plans change a little. But its SO nice to have that time to reflect on where you have been and where you are going!

Mrs. Jansson said...

I could learn a lesson from you Katie. The hubby and I need to turn our phones and the tv off! We don't have nearly enough pillow talk!