He gives me kisses all the time and tells me he loves me. He also loves to help anytime I can find a chore that he can help me with. He tells me often, "Mommy, I'm a good boy!"
As you will see, I am a bit obsessed with his smiling face, his rosey cheeks and his eye lashes. He cuteness is all I can take!
We have had so much snow this winter, alot of snow compared to our normal winter! Joe is off today for a second snow day this week. Yesterday Joe and the kids went sledding and built snowmen with friends all morning. In the afternoon, they went out a second time and by evening the three oldest were ready to go sledding again with their cousins, and they made more snowmen!They were all in bed before 8, on the ride home Jenna asked if Joe could go ahead and pray with them so she could go straight to bed once we got home!
Today, Joseph wanted to make a snow fort so he and Joe worked on one in the back yard. My husband is an awesome daddy, we are so blessed by his love for us.
50 buckets total!
The girls and Brady had to wear socks on their hands because we left their gloves at my mom's.
A few funny things that Jenna has said lately-
She was talking to Siri on my sisters phone and said, "We are going to my Aunt Carrie's house, Siri. You do not know her so I guess you can't come." To which Siri replied, "Okay, I do not know your aunt but you can look her up in your contacts." Jenna exclaimed, "I don't even wear contacts!!"
My sister had been sick and I was asking her if she got her prescription and she said something like, "No, I haven't been able to get my drugs." Jenna was listening and yelled, "Those are illegal!!"
Joe was telling the girls that Jenna's hair will turn brown like Bethany's and she won't be a blonde anymore. Later, I told him she is always going to be a blonde! I mean that in the most endearing way, she absolutely cracks us up! I love, love, love her cute, funny self.
Brady likes to pretend with her and when they play together he calls her GeeGee, to which she answers and replies to as if he is calling her Anne.
The other day, he called to her from upstairs. "GeeGee?"
"Ut?", Anne hollered back, meaning "What?"
He said, "Come on!"
"Comin'", she replied and then added, "In-it." meaning, "In a minute."
There is so much going on and changing in our family that it is hard for me to get it all on camera or in words, but I am thankful for the time I can find to capture little bits of it. Earlier this week I sat down and briefly looked back over a few post from years past and it was such a flashback but also a great reminder that each day holds so much and tomorrow things change. Eager to keep enjoying these days with my family and trying to savor the moments.
Savor the moments friends!