Miss Kelly, our friend and former nanny from Texas came to visit us a couple of weeks ago. We had a great visit with Kelly and the kids really enjoyed seeing her again. It had been 2 months ... which is a LONG time for 1 1/2 year olds. But they remembered her! We had such fun we can't wait for Kelly to visit again.
Addison biting Jackson's back-end ... because he wasn't moving fast enough on the slide!
Yes, we have a son named Jackson and a dog named Jack. Confusing? Only if you are the dog! And Jackdog does get confused from time-to-time ... especially since we say "Jackson, NO!" quite a bit!!! How did we end up with a son named Jackson? I liked the name ... and it really goes with Wiatt ... his middle name!
Here is William trying to give Jack a bone.
I hope that everyone had a wonderful, happy, fun and safe Memorial Day! This is one of my favorite holidays of the year ... this day that marks the day we remember those who have fought and died for our country is a day that also kicks off the beginning of summer.
For our family it means time with family. Time to reflect on years gone by, eat hot dogs, hamburgers and BBQ. Drink sweet tea and Mountain Dew! And enjoy watermellon and bananna pudding! Yum!!!
We had a great day at my parents house and enjoyed getting together with everyone!
Cousins Abby and Kate with William, Addison and Jackson
We love to go to the park and play! But 3 babies is a lot for Mom and Dad to watch. Luckily, we had Mommy's best friend from her college days along to help. Thanks Miss Allison! Of course, Mommy didn't manage to get any pictures of Allison ... next trip! I promise!
These 3 little cars bring a whole new meaning to "out for a Sunday drive." They love these cars ... love to ride them ... until one kid runs into another ... and then it is a screaming fest like you have never heard!
Ladies and Gentlemen ... start your engines!
Addison--"Mommy, did you see me run over William and Jackson in my car?"
We love our school! The teachers say we play well with others and are doing a good job of sharing. If one of us gets upset, the others will console us. Often, we hold hands while we are napping. Isn't that just the sweetest thing you have ever heard? Now I've got to figure out how they keep them on their mats for nap time ...
So a girl goes for a few days (ok weeks) without posting and people (like my friend Kendrea) start to ask questions ... so Ken, this one is for you. Short and sweet ... but something to keep you happy. By the way, Ken graduated today with her Associates ... she is certainly one to be celebrated and admired ... working full-time while being a Mom, a Wife, AND a student! Way to go Ken!