Baby K Maternity

Baby K Maternity

Thursday, June 16, 2016

A Review Part 3


May was filled with lots of activity and memories. Trying to make the most of the time we have right now, right here, with what we have at the moment. Daddy has every other Friday off, and we usually use those days as family time, and Connor loves them so much he asks all week long if it's a Daddy Friday. 
 This was a Daddy Friday! Who doesn't love a good meal and a milkshake?
 Of course had to do another side by side at 33 weeks. Technically Caleb (in the middle is 32 weeks) but close enough. Oh how each sweet baby is so different, and oh how we learn so much more with each little miracle.

 Our entire Spring Season was consumed with TBall, and that's ok, but man is it time consuming. We wouldn't do it if Connor didn't love it. And boy does he beg to go, and we enjoy watching him grow in the sport. He's a natural born athlete for sure!
 Our children's choir UpBeat got to sing in Big Church as a promotion for VBS this summer. They sang Bubblin' Up, and the kids were upset that it would be the last song for a while. I'm so proud of our Wednesday night group, and our small leadership team that made it happen. Quality over quantity.
 35 Weeks, and growing! Miss K is measuring right on track and I'm loving my OB office and experience this time around. It makes such a difference!

 We finished playoffs 4th in the League and even Caleb got a trophy.

 Daddy took the boys over to the airport to watch the Air Show, and got the best surprise of watching the Thunderbirds take off right in front of them. It was awesome watching the pilots wave at the boys from their cockpits, and they had so much fun!!!!

 Mother's Day was perfect, and we got to spend it out to lunch and over to Grandma's for some pool time. Just what I ask for every year!
 We call him Smoosh, or Squishy, or all things yummy. He is just the cheesiest!!!

 Grandma spent the last few Tuesdays in May to take the boys on Field Trips. They hit the zoo first, and the Seaquarium the following week. We make the most out of having an awesome schedule!

 Connor's last day of Kindergarten was bittersweet. When it was all over, Connor climbed up in my lap, and I whispered into his ear how absolutely proud of him I am, and we let a few tears pass down our cheeks as we thought about how special this school year was. He is so big! He is so smart!

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