Finding time to blog has been impossible. We are all still alive.... Just busy. Everyday is something. Piano, gymnastics, activity days, volleyball, friends, meetings. And all the normal things like cooking, clean up and laundry. Sometimes I wish time would go by faster and my kids would grow up and that maybe I would have less to do. But other times (far and few between) I wish time would stand still.
Pax is 6 months and is the size of a 1 year old. He always sleeps with at least one arm up. Isn't that so sweet? He's finally rolling over and will sit up with little support. He is in the 97 % for his height and weight. And is just the happiest baby ever. He had a well baby check up. The Dr. listened to his heart quickly and moved on to something else. I asked him to humor me and listen again. He didn't hear the murmur at all and wouldn't give it a second thought if he didn't know to listen. We meet with the cardiologist in a month for his next echo. But we feel so Blessed how this little imperfection is turning out.
Every year I have great expectations of dyeing Easter eggs, and then I get too many things planned and it goes by the way side. NOT THIS YEAR. We dyed eggs and the kids loved it and were pretty creative
I Even Got everyone to pause for a picture after church
Last week Jappy and I left our kids with the exception of Pax and flew to Arizona for four days. We haven't left our kids in 5 years. It was good for everyone. We left the kids in very capable hands, and they had a blast!! Jappy drove race cars, I laid by the pool and enjoyed warm 85 degree weather. We shopped ate lots of gourmet food, had a formal night. And best of all I didn't do any laundry. Jappy works hard to provide for our family. And the bank recognized him for it. Jappy is in the top 10% for production in the country for USBank. They paid for our entire trip along with lots gifts throughout our four days there. Not to mention our luxuriouss stay at the Phoenician. It's hard to come back to reality after being pampered. But it just makes Dad work just has hard so we can go again next year.