Sunday, August 31, 2008
Friday, August 29, 2008
So here's to you Christine...I hope you have a fabulous day!! I hope you are pampered and waited on and don't have to spend too much time watching football on your special day. I love you a million times over and am so grateful for our friendship!!!
Monday, August 25, 2008
Yesterday, right after we had gotten home from church we were all messing around in our bedroom and I had one of those thoughts, "How many more times is this going to happen?" The next day Hannah would be starting her senior year and Hailey would be off to 8th grade. How many more times in this next year would we all pile on the bed and laugh and watch Randy run around in Hannah's dress? I hoped it would be many more times but for that moment I had to capture it...I ran to get the camera. (Ok, I actually sent Hudsen to get it...did you actually expect me to get off the bed and get it?) Randy hurried to take off the dress but I captured the moments that followed...man, I love this family!!
Friday, August 22, 2008
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Me: How was it, how was your first day?
Hudsen: It was great....I love being in 2nd grade! It is soooo cool.
Me: I am so glad. So you met new friends and everything was fine? Was there anyone who was all alone and sad? (Me wondering if she reached out to any new kids...)
Ok, not what I had expected but boy does she make me laugh!! Love that baby girl of mine, even if she is growing up way too fast.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
And she did it, she went out and did her best and I was so proud of her! This was a moment for me I won't soon forget... thanks Hailey for being such a good example to me!
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
I thought that was the sweetest thing I had heard all day. I am reminded that when you are having a conversation with a 3 year old, you should be prepared for anything. What they have brewing up in those sweet, little innocent minds is anyones guess!
So lucky for us moms, we do serve some very important roles in our childrens lives. Here are just a few more of the glamorous jobs we do as moms...
1. Hold kids hair back while they are vomiting in toilet.
2.Be there with them everytime they get their shots (where's daddy?)
3. Snuggle with them when they climb in your bed at 6am.
4.Just smile and say "Yes I do" when they tell you that you make the best frozen eggo waffles.
5.Try to mend their broken hearts after their 1st bad breakup, in fact go with her/him and egg the bastards house! ok...just kidding
6.And finally the last job we get to do as moms is this...never stop loving and giving up on our child!!
Thursday, August 7, 2008
Finally "Nanny 911" has also been on my TV watching schedule. Seriously, the kids they find for these shows are sooooo naughty and total brats!! (Of course mine are perfect, so we would never be considered for their show) I think the only reason I really watch this show is because it makes me feel pretty good about my own mothering skills. These kids are the devils spawn...for real!
So that's it for this summers TV guide...insightful huh? Now I have mixed in a few books here and there but don't tell anyone, I wouldn't want to ruin my image! I must go now, I am sure there is something important I am missing on TV...