This was my poor husband taking a conference call. The only quiet place in the house was out in the messy garage!
On Saturday, the kids and I were hanging out in my son’s room and I asked about this little cardboard box. My son confessed to not knowing why he had it and said, “I’m a hoarder.” We all laughed really hard and decided it would be fun to make some more!
Two of our friends got married. I was freezing because I’m a wimp, but it was a really sweet night. We are so happy for them.
A bunch of the youth helped with the catering. They were guarding the dessert table, but a couple of guests got through, so they took this approach.
Somebody kept distracting the servers with his ESPN app.
On Sunday, we had a memorial for our grandmother/great grandmother. My son, who does not like being in front of a group of people, agreed to do one of the Bible readings. When my husband asked him, he just said yes, like it was no big deal. Then right before the service, I asked him if he was nervous. He said, “It’s just six verses, Mom. I think I can do it.”
So, I opened an Etsy store. I wanted to find a way to raise money for all the mission organizations and world changers that I know. I made these cute headbands. After wearing them this week, I’ve learned that they need some tweaking. They hurt like heck! We’re still in product development. 🙂 I’ll keep you posted.
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Here’s a recap of our week in fuzzy phone pics.
If you get up to go to the bathroom, these guys will steal your spot. You’ve been warned.
I spent Sunday morning trying to teach the kids how to crochet. Turns out, left handed crocheting is TOTALLY different than right handed. My poor little chica! I did not know how to teach her. We will be learning from Youtube together, later. This guy rocked it, however.
I made some too.
Then there was an epic battle.
I got to go a fun concert with some of my favorite twins!
Crowder was my favorite part! He had a full on bluegrass band and they were incredible.
This kid has a really hard life.
I’ve been working on a ton of projects that I’m hoping to share soon. This is our kitchen table getting a little white-wash action.
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Here’s a re-cap of our week in fuzzy phone pics.
This is what I found when I walked out to the backyard. How he got in there is a mystery, but I would put money on his siblings being involved.
I forget that this big kid was my original wild child. He’s so responsible now, but there was a time when climbing the furniture and pulling all the books off the shelf was his full time job. What is he doing here, you ask? He’s being a sloth for an animal game with his little brother. Obviously.
See what I mean? So responsible. The transition from homeschool to regular school was rough at first, but he’s really hit his stride.
I saw this writing on the wall while I was running yesterday. Isn’t that what everyone wants? I started praying that I would be a better listener and really hear others’ stories.
This kid has learned how to say the word, “Run.” It’s turned him into quite the trainer. One day, he pointed straight at me and told me to run and then climbed into his jog stroller. The next day, I wasn’t running fast enough for him because we lost sight of his daddy. So, he yelled, “Run! Run! Daddy!” As if keeping up with him wasn’t hard enough already.
It’s Friday! Which means it’s time to link up our phone pics. This is such a fun way to see all the stuff that happened this week!
We started off with a jam-packed Sunday. Two of our little friends had an awesome birthday party. These were some gifts the kids and I made. (I don’t have pics of the other present, but I will probably share the poem Roc wrote for it. It was really fun!)
We made these awesome jet packs at the party. This little guy wore his the whole time. The cuteness killed me.
There were these super cute cupcakes!
We sat at the kid table with these lovely ladies. It was surprisingly comfortable.
Then we went to hang out with some student. One of them had these batman socks! They had capes!
This happened one day. This never happens. Normally, he is the energizer bunny baby. He just keeps going and going.
Then there was Valentine’s Day.
And, someone found his jet pack again.
Now, that I see them all together. I realize that I need to get better at taking snapshots of our days, but I don’t want to become a tourist of my own life, either.
How do you capture memories while still engaging the moment? Any tips for me?
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