- Two things learned from this photo…1) 5:53 am is too early to be awake, but don’t tell that to Peter, aka Mr. Busy, and 2) I need to scrub my stove!
2 – This is a happy sight on the kitchen windowsill. The kids got these little grass planter pots in their Easter baskets, and the plant in the cup is from a seed Lydia got in Nursery class at church a few weeks ago.
3 – Grandma and Grandpa came to visit today! Here they are doing one of their favorite things…puzzles with grandkids.
4 – A sign that we planted our fruit trees correctly…leaves and hopefully soon – blossoms!
5 – Peter’s best friend is Grandma, or whomever will give him his bottle.
6 – Matt and Peter checking out something out the front window.
7 – I don’t know what this shrub is called, but it’s in our front yard, and it has the most beautiful spring blossoms in bright chartreuse green.
8 – Dinner was pulled pork sandwiches with homemade bread buns, Memphis-style coleslaw and fresh fruit. Dad’s sense of taste isn’t what it used to be before he had chemo, so I wanted to cook and bake things that had lots of flavor. Hopefully he’ll put on some weight!
9 – Happy Peter at dinnertime. I can’t remember what we fed him, but it wasn’t a pork sandwich. Those little teeth wouldn’t be able to chew it!
10 – These kids love to play together and especially to show off their silliness for Grandma and Grandpa. They’re a patient and willing audience!
11 – We’ve helped Seth a little bit, but he’s pretty much taught himself to play “I Am a Child of God” and “Book of Mormon Stories” by ear on the piano. We gotta get him into piano lessons!
12 – A little play time on the floor with Matt before bedtime.