Thursday, March 13, 2014

This and that

It's Spring Break, woo hoo!!!! Even though I don't actually have a spring break, it's still nice to have the hubs home a bit more and have family come visit us on their break!

Colb is in his FOURTH season at Poteet. Crazy that it's already been that long! Getting to the games has been quite the event for me this year. 2 kids. One mommy. Different needs. I stink at time management in general...Let's just say if you see me at a game I resemble a flustered, homeless, bag lady who happens to have two cute kiddos. :) Thank goodness Colby's mom comes to most of the games! And those of you who have more than two kids and you actually make it out of your house to go anywhere, bless you!

 The girls are keeping us busy as usual. Baylor has an imagination that makes me think she is going to be a super creative outside the box thinker OR she's going to be "that kid" who's best friend is her imaginary purple elephant...when she's 20... ;) Bay has started warming up to her role as Big Sister and it really is so sweet to see her interact with Mylea. Bay LOVES to make Mylea laugh and Mylea just lights up anytime Bay is close to her. Speaking of Mylea, at 7 months old she FINALLY started sleeping through the night! I was feeling slightly delirious and very sleep deprived when I saw where another mommy friend was using Moms On Call. It's a different way of sleep training babies that I had never heard of before but really worked for us. You can read more about them here. Now she is soooo much happier! The nursery workers don't cringe when we drop her off on Sundays anymore ( totally kidding, they're always awesome) and we have actually had people comment on what a good and happy baby she is. Shocking!

Bundled up for Daddy's soccer game

Mylea says,"You gotta be kidding me."

Sweet sister moment

Sooooo many rolls!!!

Big girl picked out her clothes and shoes and dressed herself!

Totally posed, but looks so cute!

My crazy funny world! 

Proverbs 3:5-6  Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;  in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.