Our little family is all over the place currently. Life is just nuts sometimes and I feel like I am scattered in a million different places, but this little dude is home, so I’m good
PS: He is about to be 5-months-old
I’m still a little beside myself with the fact that I sit in a car rider line now…I CANNOT have a child old enough to be in school…no way…I have a major hate/hate relationship with Time right now.
Harper’s first day was pretty awesome. She had the best day and I pestered the fire out of her to hear every last little detail. My favorite Harper quote about her day was, “We all had to wear name tags, but none of us can read.” This perplexed her
Best.Grocery.Cart.Ever. All of this…
is going to turn into all of this.
I’ve declared tomorrow a full on all day bake day. We’re having a big Block Party/Motorcycle Ride & Car Show at our church Saturday to help raise money for our carepoint, Ngungwane, in Swaziland. The bake sale is going to be killer. There will also be a silent auction, free food and lots of family fun. If you’re local come out and see us on Saturday. CLICK HERE for more details.
Legos are in full swing at our house. We’re talking hours of entertainment here.
Harper spends the majority of her days on the floor right beside Amon. I keep wondering if her wondrous baby love will where off. I actually think it won’t.
I’m really hoping to re-open for orders soon. I miss taking orders. I made this 8×8 canvas for a friend’s daughter who was recently baptized. I love pieces like this.
It was surreal being at church on Sunday with Amon. All those Sundays praying for him and begging God to bring him home and there we were…with him sitting right in our laps. Sweetness & goodness on so many levels. God is good.
Speaking of sweetness. <3
Now I’m off to take on the day…another big day!