This morning I woke up to a baby key ring teether and a toy semi-truck in our bed.
I brushed my teeth under the watchful gaze of a rubber ducky.
I usually eat breakfast with Mickey Mouse or Doc McStuffins.
Jake & The Neverland Pirates join me for lunch.
There's a sippy cup, a juice box and a half-eaten packet of applesauce in my passenger seat.
There are currently two Hot Wheels and a bouncy ball in my fruit bowl.
I usually find Fisher-Price Little People hiding in my shoes.
Today, I stepped on a tiny, yellow construction cone that I didn't even know existed previously.
Last time I traveled for work I found a pretend hot dog in my laptop bag as I went through security.
My bedside table is littered with children's books.
There's a railway down the hallway, that wasn't there this morning.
Slowly, and then all at once* this kid paraphernalia has invaded every corner of my world. The culprits? These tiny humans that come with oh-so-much stuff? Well, while they have most certainly taken over my home, they have managed to even more completely conquer my heart.
And I wouldn't have it any other way.
*Quote credit: John Green (The Fault in Our Stars)