Thursday, May 20, 2010

When we aren't celebrating birthdays

we're staying busy with daily life.

T-ball season came to a close. (And my Nikon D90 camera stopped working exactly 1 year from the date we purchased it, thankfully still under warranty, so these pics leave a little to be desired.) Mister ended the season with a few double plays and some great hits. Sweetie loved pounding the plate with the bat before she hit. It was a fun team this year--both neighbor boys to each side of us were on the team as well as our two good friends' boys.
We made the trek to the Gila Valley temple open house.
Mister built his Knex roller coaster, a 2-day affair.
We met good friends at the ASU/BYU baseball game, where Mister, amazed that not everybody cheers for BYU, told me, "Mom, they're talking trash to me."

We broke out the slip n' slide for the first time. We also went swimming for the first time, but I didn't get pics since I was wrestling with H, who wanted to go head first into the pool the entire time. (And the water was too cold for my liking, thanks to our wonderful, long spring this year.)
H also had his first, and hopefully last, x-ray (after choking on who-knows-what and refusing to eat for almost a week). I've been going to physical therapy for my lower back. It seems that having three babies, one almost-nine pounds, can take its toll on the body. And the kids have been counting down the days to the end of school--this week!

1 comment:

brown paper packages said...

Your daily life looks awfully fun! And, lol about the trash-talking comment.