Friday, August 20, 2010

On My Toes

Oh, these little people keep me on my toes!! I feel kinda bad for saying it but, I am sure glad this week is over! We started back to school this week, and we have a new student! Yes, Jameson is joining us at the table and will be learning all about letters, numbers, history, science and reading. The new schedule that comes from this is wiping me out. The entire morning is feeding them and schooling them, then feeding them again. When lunch is over and quiet time begins Eleanor is usually waking up, so goodbye mommy time. It will all be fine as soon as I snap out of our summer fog and realize how lucky I am to be doing this with them!

As busy as our week has been, I have really enjoyed them this week, maybe even a little more than usual. We visited a really neat local park (for like an hour since it was so blazing hot!), made Nora some baby food (whenever that tooth makes an appearance, we will be ready to spoon feed her the organic goodness we all so lovingly helped make). We spent some time with Grandma too, but the most exciting is what happens tomorrow...Jameson has his first soccer game. He is all ready with cleats, shin guards, uniform and ball. I'm so excited for him! I am glad this busy week is over and ready to relax a bit with my honey.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

My boy

(I'm trying this blogging from my iPhone thing)

My boy and I are hanging out in the car while Abbie has her violin lesson and the little girls are asleep. He loves to change the cd's and we talk about baseball and when he grows up he wants to build a railroad. I told him he never had to grow up and get bigger, he insisted he does.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010


We made our weekly trek to the park to meet our friends. Today's weather made it perfect for splashing in the wading pool, and mamas chatting while nursing babes under the shade of the big trees. I think we were all refreshed by a day with great friends.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Sunday Best

It was just an ordinary Sunday, getting dressed up for church and visiting family.