Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Here are a few things we have been up to this week:

-Evan had a soccer game Friday night.

-I ran seven miles on Saturday morning.

-Evan had a track meet on Saturday morning. His relay team qualified to move on to the next level. That means another track meet the weekend after Easter.

-Evan had two soccer games on Saturday afternoon. They won both games. The second game was against a nasty foul-mouthed team. The parents were so trashy. I was afraid to go in the parking lot after it was over. Evan made two fantastic goals!

-Hudson is growing like a weed. I pulled out the 4T clothes for him to wear. I love putting him in Evan's old clothes and pj's. It brings back memories of when Evan was that little. It's just hard to believe that Hudson fits into these things already!

-We celebrated an early Easter with my family last Sunday. There were many jelly beans involved.

-Hudson got in big trouble last night because he wasn't listening or following directions. He got put in bed without snuggling. That is a big thing in this house. Snuggle time on the couch is practically mandatory.

-Hudson no longer wants to sit in his carseat. He wants to ride in the booster. Constant struggle.

-We decided to get out of town for a few days next week. I CAN'T WAIT.

-Today I participated in a Lenten retreat with the other teachers at school. Fr. Robert told us about many changes that are going to be happening in the Catholic Church. Some of the prayers we will be saying are going to be quite different come Advent. It's going to take some getting used to.

-Evan got to be a reader for today's presentation of the live Stations of the Cross. He did a great job reading Station #8. We are so proud of our first grader!

-Every day Hudson tells me that he wants to go to school. Come on up!

That's about all that happened to us this week. Always busy. Always interesting.

1 comment:

  1. What a busy but good week! And don't you love parents like those at the soccer game--ugh, the things they teach their children. Hope you had a good Easter!