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Because of my wacky personality and need to re-live an era in which I was not even born, I immensely enjoyed our Soda Shop dinner at our own personal diner.
It was fun to take an ordinary meal of hamburgers and hotdogs and turn it into something special...
As a part of the Six Flags Read to Succeed program, Gabriel, Summer, and Ethan all earned a free ticket to Six Flags this year. I immediately knew that we simply must add a trip to Six Flags onto our Summer Fun list.
We took Gabriel a few years...
One of the easy, fun things that we wanted to do during the summer was to make bird feeders.
The ones that I initially wanted to make were not as easy as I had thought, so I quickly searched for another route that we could take.
I found one that called...
Two years ago, I decided to have a 4th baby.
She has been exactly what I needed - a place to write, share, and meet new people.
Without this blog, I would not have been able to jump up and down with excitement when I found out that a sweet friend is...
Sean celebrated his 38th birthday last Sunday.
It was a very low-key event. While I can easily and happily celebrate my birthday for the entire month of October, Sean is more down to earth and, honestly, celebrates the day more for us than for...
I was going through pictures this week, and I found some from when Gabriel and Ethan had their student led conferences in June.
I was not supposed to work that morning. I had cleared my calendar so that I could focus all of my attention on the boys...
When we went to Houston for Christy's wedding, we had all day Friday to have family time.
Sean's parents arrived that morning, and we decided to go to Kemah Boardwalk for lunch.
It was such a beautiful, fun place to take the littles.
While we were at my parents, the littles were able to have a taste of farm life when they helped Gran harvest the potatoes.
Gran dug the potatoes, and they happily gathered them up and put them into the bucket.
Watching them took me back in time. ...
I love the 4th of July.
I love what it represents.
I love the colors.
I love the food.
I love the special family time.
We had a very low-key, but fun, 4th of July.
We started the day with our Donut Party.
Then, we went to Mt. Bonnell.
As I looked at our Summer Fun List, one of the things that I knew the littles would love was the donut party. Since I did not have any plans for a special red, white, and blue 4th of July breakfast, I knew that it would be a perfect day to set...