Warms a mommy’s heart

Today, I got to see the joy spread over my boys faces as they got ready to go on a fishing trip with their daddy. Clothes were changed faster than ever. Non stop talking in excitement. And smiles that spread across their entire face as they kiss me goodbye and climb into the truck. So precious and heart warming.
And….well I had only one child to drag around got one on one time with Miss G as we went shopping for Easter basket/egg filler.

Because it captures my everyday

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Some pictures are perfectly posed. Others are posed but still candid. And others like this one are simply a snapshot taken with no special attention yet are a perfect picture how everyday life is spent. Toys everywhere (because the wanted toy was at the very bottom of the storage bucket). Grass starting to become a bit too long (because it is hard to find the time that all three kids would be safely away but in ear/sight range). But, best thing of all, all three kiddos are happily playing.

First tball game

First of all, posts are still not coming as frequently due to our unreliable internet and also to the very scary blue screen of death that happened on my computer this past week! But I will share with you a very exciting week we just had. J had three tball games this past week. He was so cute in his uniform. He also loved seeing family come out to watch him play.

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And it was even cuter for the very first game they had the kids names announced on the loud speakers. J was announced as “J, the jackhammer” and he ran out to join his team.

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J is one with red shoes

J loved batting and running the bases.

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He did great. He was all smiles after each game.

Frustrated

So I haven’t been able to post lately due to our stupid internet. It has been spotty at best which is even more frustrating with how much we pay each month for it. That being said, when we figure out how to get it stable, I will catch up on school and life stuff.
But here is a sneak peek:

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And a couple cute pictures of the growing-too-fast-kiddos:

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