We finally has some rain here in Central Texas. A lot of rain! With a lot of rain comes a lot of flowers. Bluebonnets are the state flower here and if you live in Central Texas you take pictures of your kids in bluebonnet patches. It's just something you have to do. You dress them up, you take them into a field, you get chiggers, you sweat, and you say things like, "look here...smile please...just a few more...come on guys...". It's great fun.
Here are the best pictures from that day.
(I'm so thankful for digital cameras because we had a lot of duds.)
|Carter 8, Evan 6, Jonah 5 1/2 months|
|Carter wanted one of himself laying down in the bluebonnets.|
|Evan is such a ham. It's hard to believe I got one of him looking so serious.|
|They grow like weeds.|
|Always happy and always there to brighten your day.|
Blogging has become increasingly more difficult over the past few weeks and even months. We no longer have a cleaning lady, so my mornings are spent cleaning up the house. Before my mornings were spent reading blogs, writing blog posts, and drinking a cup of coffee. Jonah is on the move now. Well....he's working his hardest to be on the move. He doesn't crawl yet, but that could change later today. He's almost there.
Baseball has taken over our lives. Both boys play and Shawn helps coach Evan's team. I love going to watch them all dressed up in their uniforms. Jonah enjoys the great outdoors and is usually happy being pushed around in his stroller. After basketball he's used to hearing me yell for the boys.
Big things are happening to the Cheek house too. We're in the very beginning phases of adding on some extra space to our house. We've been meeting with builders, looking at land, and doing our very best to make the right decision. We decided to stay in our house and add some fun extras. As things get moving I'll keep you posted with updates and pictures.
Until the next time I can sit at the computer I want you all to know....I think of you often and I'm so grateful for each person in my life.