Tuesday, September 1, 2015

A Typical Day


Our days are busy. I keep thinking they will slow down. But then we have a slow day and I cannot seem to set still. 
Let me just give you a glimpse into our day. We started by hanging flags at church. Then home to start banana bread. Then we went to the park to pck up a swap and decided to play for twenty minutes.
Then we dropped Michael off for a hair cut before taking Faith to the orthodontist. Picked up Michael and stopped by the house to open windows and pack a picnic lunch. Then we dropped bread off to my husband for a order before taking Michael to work. 
Then we met my husband at the park for a picnic and to play. Ran to legal to sign some papers. 
Are you tired yet because I  getting there.  After that we went back to the park because we had 30 minutes to spare. Then I took 6 kids and myself to the chiropractor. Have you ever seen seven people in one office? Then home to make chocolate chip cookies, bake the last of the banana muffins, make oatmeal cookies and then we made red, white and blue cookies. Did I say the kitchen had to be cleaned up a million times and the kids needed dinner? We finally made it to bed around 11pm. Tomorrow is a fresh day with lots more baking and laundry. 
Pamela

Monday, August 31, 2015

Dip and Babies

He asked for some dip, not the bowl of dip. 
I guess you are only the baby once. And who really does not want to drink a bowl of Velvetta. 
Pamela

Saturday, August 29, 2015

He is NOT Turning Two

I have been told this little boy is turning two in a couple of months. I am choosing not to believe it. 
Because at two it is not acceptable to climb on the table after dinner and drink everyone's drink. 

But this smile, this smile gets him anything he ask for. 

Pamela

Thursday, August 27, 2015

One Last Hug

It is so hard to only see your friend a few times a week. 
Sometimes  you just have to hold on because you do not when the next time you see that friend will be. 
Maybe he is learning early what being s military child is really like. 
Pamela

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Seven Dental Appointments

I love our dentist. It is a small office. The dentist is amazing, the staff is beyond amazing. 
They will see all seven kids in one visit. Sadly, he did tell me that three more kids need to see a orthodontist. Hmm, maybe I will get a night job to pay for it. Seriously I would play the lottery if they had a option for free braces. 


Pamela
 
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