I’m feeling a little guilty for neglecting my blog. Life has gotten eventful in recent weeks, and every time I would sit down to write, something would pull me away. But, however bad this turns out to be, I promised myself I’d actually finish this time.
Bella played her last soccer game last night, which as fun as it was, I have to say I am relieved. I loved watching her play (when she actually did), but in the meantime, T Ball started. So for a little while, we had sports 4 nights a week. But that wasn’t so bad…until Judah’s games were rescheduled on the same night as Bella’s soccer practice. So I would have to tell myself it was okay to miss his game to coach Bella’s soccer team, but it didn’t make it any easier.
Also, during all of our running around Justice got strep throat. Nothing to serious or anything we couldn’t handle. We caught it early, and he was feeling better soon. However, just a week later Judah got sick and we found out that he has asthma :( It was rough for a while, a little scary for this mommy, but all is fine now. And he played awesome at his first game.
Mother’s Day was great this year. After spending time with most of my family, I got to do my favorite thing…come home and get in my pjs and spend the night with my favorite people.
Last Saturday was the most eventful. After staying up all night getting things ready for Justice’s birthday party, we headed to Radcliff at 8:30 am to the Walk for Life, a fundraiser we participate in every year for our local pregnancy crisis center. My mom and I walked 2 miles, pulling a wagon that contained my 3 kids and weighed roughly 80 pounds. We then grabbed something to eat before Judah’s baseball game, went to Judah’s baseball game, then ran a few last-minute errands for the big birthday party…all in the blazing heat. I finally got home that evening to finish some yard work and decorating, so that, thanks to Brandon and Shannon, we turned our dining room into Elmo’s World for Justice’s Elmo Party.
So we had Justice’s big Elmo Birthday Party on Sunday, which was a huge success! Everything turned our perfect, and we all had fun, especially the birthday boy. But that’s a whole other blog that will come later. Here’s just a preview
Also this month, Jason got sick, I got poison ivy (still have it ), and my dad had surgery. We’ve had our fair share of soccer games, baseball games, doctor visits, hospital visits, weddings, birthdays, and everything in between. It’s been eventful, and exhausting, to say the least. But this month is almost over, and we just have 3 birthdays and 1 holiday weekend to go. If I could, I’d hibernate for the summer…but as it is, I’ll just have to settle for letting this day be pajama day.