March 24, 2016

This week (and last) in pictures.

 Though it appears that Caroline is teaching a riveted pup here, it is actually that she is yelling at Rey to not jump on her.  Just in case Rey thinks about it (and she does).

The last two weeks have been busy (as usual) but let me just say... Potty training a 3 yr old and a puppy at the same time is not for the faint of heart.  And, after the events of this past Friday/Saturday, Caroline is back in a pull up.  Temporarily.  The good news is that she is mostly keeping her pull up dry.  The other good news is that I haven't pulled out any of my hair or run away yet.

I do love the opportunity for a one-on-one walk.  To move at their pace and have conversation their way is precious.
 In other news that you didn't really need to know but I'm going to tell you anyway, B&C's marker finally came in.  It gave me a weird kind of stress to be "waiting" for it.  At any rate, we popped by for a quick visit!  I need to go back and clean the mud out of the letters though.  Or maybe the rain will do that for me.

We also popped in for a visit at Dad's new office.  He is all moved in now... well, at least, all his stuff is there.
Jacob found an arrowhead.  We think this one actually might be a spearhead.  It is pretty large.  This is the second he has found and the third for our family.  It has always been in early spring as the ground thaws.
 You get a bunny, you get a bunny, aaaannnnddd.... YOU get a bunny!!  Just call me Oprah.
 And call this one "Easter Bunny."
St. Patrick's Day mainly involved drawing shamrocks on ourselves so that nobody pinched anyone else.  We had robotics club that night so that pretty much kept us from drinking any green beer.

 These guys are so creative with what they design and build though!  I'm always impressed with what they come up with.

 First day of Jr. Ultimate and I have no pictures of the actual ultimate!  I do have two cute boys and a puppy though.  I knew you would be impressed.

Not surprisingly, I also have no pictures from the Ultimate tournament last weekend.  I take that back, I have one of my goddaughter.  The rest of the time, I was trying to clean up messes or discipline children.  That's just the way it goes sometimes!

 Sunday, these three and I stayed home.  We planted flowers and made a Resurrection Garden for the first time.  I'm still hoping the grass grows in time!

God bless these Holy days for you all!  See you at Easter!

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