|This big man caught up with me and turned 29 last week! His dinner of choice was fried rice.|
|We had a family over for cake, which was fun.|
|Faye must blow the candle out. (And I have always had manly arms, I know.)|
|Ha, this was back during dinner. The boys were both really tired for some reason; I can't remember why. Rick asked Faye to say the prayer for dinner, and BOTH boys simultaneously burst into tears.|
|For like five straight minutes, they wailed on and on, saying things like, "...and Faye ALWAYS says the prayer... and you NEVER call on me... "|
|We just sat there, sort of trying not to laugh and wondering how long this could go on. My kids are awesome. They are smart, fun to be with, cute, etc. etc. But I will be honest, they cry sort of a lot. Suggestions on how to fix this are welcome.|
So, that was about the extent of the 29-year-old's big day! We love you, Rick! See you next time you have a day off.
|Enjoying the downpour.|
|He still loves to bake bread and other yummy things with me.|
|On a quiet morning, I got to read a little book while Ev and Faye played outside.|
|And then we have the two-year-old. This girl knows how to make her brothers mad! I do love that she's so verbal, but man she can argue and fight with words like a teenager! Carson gets so fired up sometimes because, "Faye LIED!!"|
|Faye is motivated to learn all her letters when there is a little nerd candy on each one! She does love her treats. (Wonder where she gets that...)|
|The furrowed brow on the way home from church today.|
|And last, but certainly not least, we have the eight-month-old. She gobbled her name right up!|
Rick and I will turn 30 next year! So strange, I think I usually feel like I'm about 22. Except that I have a new hobby of picking out gray hairs while waiting at stop lights... I guess we are old!