Saturday, June 9, 2018

Tee Ball

This spring, I signed Nathan and Jack up for tee ball, through the YMCA. Very laid back, very "just for fun," and perfect for where we are in our completely crazy life right now.

The boys have really enjoyed it! Today was their last tee ball game, and they both got a trophy. They are so excited!

Henry is such a little trooper. He doesn't wander, doesn't fuss--he just collects rocks and grass, and gives Mama kisses. I'll keep him! :)

Today, the temperature was 82 and I felt terrible. It makes my stomach drop to think of the 102 temps I'll soon have to get used to at sporting events. Lord help.

Yay for a sweet tee ball season with my favorite boys!

Saturday, May 5, 2018

This And That

Haircut time with Mrs. Andrea! It was the first time Henry sat in the chair by himself {his third haircut}.

Jack's books that he made! One is on Mt. Everest and K2, and the other one is about Egypt.

My big first grader, reading in the kitchen. He read that entire chapter book in an afternoon!

Snack time!

Crawling on top of the table is okay, right Mom!?

Jack begged me to buy a book for him on WWII.

Muffins with Mommy in Jack's preschool classroom. Such a sweet morning!

My sweet Henry, napping away!

The boys' first tee ball practice at the YMCA. Go Red Team!

Saturday, March 24, 2018


Well, according to the calendar, it's spring now. However, it certainly isn't behaving like spring! Regardless, here's a little of 'this and that' to share:

My sweet Henry {18 months old} sitting down and watching his brothers in the backyard throwing snowballs {in our THIRD snow this March}:

Jack's Kapla towers in the playroom:

Henry and I, in our springtime blues, ready to go to an Easter egg hunt:

The coldest Easter egg hunt I've ever attended! I froze my rear end off!

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Christmas 2017

Matching pajamas. Squeals of excitement. Pure joy from three little boys. That's what I want to remember of this Christmas.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Three Boys In The Snow

We got our first dusting, and the boys were so eager to get out and play in it!

Henry was happy as a clam; the cold didn't bother him one bit. When he finally came inside, and I peeled his clothes off of him, his skin was as red as a lobster!

Of course, I could not enjoy the snow with the boys because of the damage to my vestibular nerve. My sensitivity to light made the snow day quite painful for me. I'm so glad my guys could enjoy it. They're the things bringing me joy these days.