Guess what? Last week was super busy. Guess what? This week is too. I know I sound like a broken record. I guess I just have to resign myself to the fact that life with three kids going three different directions is always busy. At least tonight is my last PTO meeting as an officer. I am sure I will still go but at least I will not be required to go - a major part of my "let it go" mantra for this year. So here are the pictures on my phone - largely Evancentric since it was his birthday week.
Hailey found a new item for her wish list at Meijer. She thinks it will fit in her bedroom.
This little cutie all decked out for May the 4th be with you! That Stormtrooper dress with the pleather? - I can't even.
Evan's thank you to his DI coach. I know it is upside down but I don't feel like fixing and reloading.
Dear Ms. Hillman,
Thank you for a wonderful year of DI. I know you had to deal with many problems and interruptions (Erik) but you persevered and led us to State. Thank you again coach. Sincerely Evan.
On the way to the DI meeting I told Evan that he probably shouldn't give his card when Erik was around. He told me that if Erik saw it he would totally own up to it because he knows he is annoying and always says so. Then he added on the end - I get what you're saying though.
That kid is the best.
On Thursday at GOTR we had our practice 5K. The quick finishers made a tunnel for the slower girls. So awesome.
Thursday was also Evan's band concert.
He is second from the end in the last row.
Saturday Evan's tennis team played in Whitehall. Then we had his birthday party at Craig's Cruisers.
The trees on the golf course were in full bloom. Gorgeous.
How is he twelve already?
On Mother's Day and Evan's birthday we waited in bed for our breakfast.
Hailey sporting the flower Grama Dionel made for Evan's gift. Then she thought it would be fun to play in Evan's new birthday hammock.
There they are! A lot of fun moments for the week.