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Saturday, June 5, 2010
Boo Hoo Hoo . . . . .
This week brought a lot. It meant that our sweet Mylee was already a week old. I can not believe how fast time flies. It also brought the end of the school year. A lot will change for the boys next year.
Miles is saying good by to Elementary school. It is hard to believe that he will no longer be in the same school as his brothers until he hits high school. What's up with that???
Mason and Marcus once again will go to a new school for the 3rd time in their short school life. They are excited and nervous at the same time. So as we said good-bye to the Jackson Elementary school and Hello to Harrison Elementary School. The boys have teachers with the same last name, Mr. and Mrs. Timmons. Yes they are married. On a side note they are also our back door neighbors. Which I think can be a good thing.
Madison will be going to the same pre-school for one more year. She thinks that if she colors, draws and writes like a first grader then they will let her go to Kindergarten next year. No such luck. I don't look forward to the first day of school for the boys next year for this reason and many more.
With Mylee turning a week old we are all adjusting to our sweet miracle baby. She is one of the best babies I have had. She is an answer to prayers. I thank the Lord every day that we were blessed with such a wonderful baby. She only really cries when she is hungry and never has a full blown cry unless we are making her wait to eat for an extended period of time. She is a gift to our family and we all love her so very much. I can't wait to see how she will change and develop over the next few weeks, months and years ahead.
Also Sweet Madison, has once again decided that she can ride a two wheeler. She had just learned to ride at the end of the season last year. Only road a few times. This year when bikes came out she was a little scared to mount her bike without training wheels. But since she is a big sister now she decided she was brave and is riding like a pro. She is our youngest to learn. As big brother Mason is still not ready to leave his training wheels behind. Maybe this year. You never know.
It is hard to believe how fast they have grown over the span of a school year. At the beginning of this last school year. We were a family of 6 with no idea or plan of a baby. We were living in a 1200 sq foot trailer. Now 9 short months later we are a family of 7 with a new house and new baby. The kids have grown and learned a lot over the last 9 months. They all did wonderful in school and have made their mom and dad proud of them.