We were down to my younger sister's house at the beginning of the month for her little man's baby dedication and to celebrate mom's day and some birthdays. As usual, we had a great time and the kids traveled great which was an added blessing! This is a pic of me and my sister.
We went for a walk on some cool trails near their house. All the boys, except my sister's youngest sitting by the river.
The big man was part of a spring concert. At one point, they got to play kazoos. I think that was the highlight.
We got a new cat and her two babies. They are all so sweet and the boys have been having a blast with them all. Here is the little man who is holding Sally, who may or may not be a girl. The black one we have is Trigger, who may or may not be a boy.
The girls started on food, which has been an adventure! They were definitely acting hungrier so we got them started but they are so hard to feed as they are very wiggly. They were not too impressed at first. This is KK.
they can sit up now if they lean on their hands. They are also trying very hard to crawl! I will post some video later. They are 6 months now.
The big man graduated from Kindergarten! I can not believe how fast the year went. He was so excited and we were so proud of him.
I ended up hurting my back very badly about two weeks ago. No one thing, just an accumulation of things. I was really out of commission and could barely hold myself up or walk and definitely couldn't hold my kids. My mother-in-law was a huge help for one whole day and then my parents came and stayed through the rest of the week. I am extremely grateful to all of them for their help. I do not know what I would have done with out it. Here is my mom with the girls.
While here, my dad helped me out in a huge way! He made a shelf for me for all our books. They have been in boxes for two years with no where to put them. The shelf turned out exactly how I wanted it! He did an awesome job! Thanks again Dad!
The boys were playing in the barn the other day and I caught the middle man standing in this ray of sun coming through the barn window.