His favorite job.
His favorite game. (Mine too.)
Not his favorite-two shots.
I am splitting up the FOUR (what???) shots he needs to get for kindergarten in 2 years, so we did two now. These would be the first shots he would "remember". I tried to prepare him. That means I said they would hurt, but only for a second and then it would be over. And he didn't even cry one bit, even for the second one. He just wanted to know how soon he could take those band-aids off.
These two ride these big wheelsall day-race and crash and spin out. One of the best purchases I've ever made. I remember by little brothers doing the same-down the big gravely hill, no fear at all.
Andrew came home like this the last day of school from the carnival.
I am determined to have a beautiful fruit salad like this in my fridge all summer long.
My fast easy lunch sometimes...hummus to dip carrots, cucumbers, and grape tomatoes in.
Don't get some crazy idea that I am eating super duper healthy like I USED to. I fit a fair amount of chocolate in too, unfortunately, and cookies, darn it. And I'm mad at myself for that, because I feel so much better when I don't allow one bit of junk into my body. My self-control and will-power during pregnancy when it comes to food is always at an all time low after the first three horrendous starvation months.
Isaac is back from Ireland and loved every minute of it. We are heading to college orientation this week and are busy catching up with all that dorm/meal plan paper work. Oh I hope I can stay on top of this all with the baby coming! I feel overwhelmed for sure and scared knowing how exhausted I will be in August hugely pregnant-I'm always exhausted in August anyways, after the busy summer with all the kids, without even growing a human being inside me. I am trying to think of one day or one week at a time this summer and trust that I will have the mental and physical strength for it all!