The trees are all fuzzy and tinted with the green or pink that means leaves will be appearing soon.
Tulips. I absolutely love tulips.
Not having to wear a coat.
Sometimes taking a chance and wearing open toed shoes (which means no socks, which is great because I hate wearing socks).
Pedicure season starts again.
No mosquitos yet, so we can use our back yard.
Grilling season starts (once we buy our grill this weekend!!!).
Not having to bundle the girls up so much - and seeing how much Gabbie loves not wearing a coat. And a hat. And gloves. And a scarf. And boots. Man, winter is heavy to wear.
Rain (mostly because it's not snow).
Opening the windows and getting rid of the air that felt so heavy and stale all winter long.
And finally, some of the fog is lifting. The fog that was especially bad this year because of post-partum hormones. The fog that made me incapable of doing anything but the bare minimum that was required of me so that my world would keep running and my kids were fed and clothed and cared for. This wasn't the worst it's ever been, but the worst since I've been responsible for two small humans, which made me feel a million times worse about it. But, it's clearing. Slowly, but surely, I'm feeling more like myself. And that's the very best thing about spring.