How to blog two months worth of events?
Well, lets jump in.
We had spring break. The first half was a blast. Lots of Legos and playtime. Ended with Simeon breaking his foot, us spending a lot of money to get it looked at by different doctors. Battling the stomach flu. Cancelling our Denver trip. Good news...his foot is already better. Turns out kid bones heal amazingly fast!
Spring break was followed by about 4 weeks of sickness. Including a sinus infection from H-E-Double hockey sticks. It was bad. Good news. I'm better. Bad news. Matt now has it. :(
Oh yeah...we decided to sell the Mom-Van. It was giving us trouble and we thought we better get out while we could still sell it for a decent amount of money. Plus I think we've come to the realization that no more babies are joining our family anytime soon and both kids are in boosters. So why have a mini-van. Our house wasn't selling...so we decided to just go for it. Through it up on Craigslist and it sold in less than 24 hours for asking price. Then a huge snowstorm hit that closed the roads for almost a week. Ha! We finally made it to Colorado to buy a new car. Got a screamin' deal. Love my new ride. Three days later...our house sells.
What an adventure! So in 23 days we will be moving out of our first home that we owned. The home we brought Simmy home to. The home that has stayed constant over so many changing seasons the last five years. Our next destination is unknown! I'm trying my best to stay cool, know that we will be fine, and not completely freak out. Haha! I think I'm doing a good job not worrying...maybe I should worry!??
Matt graduates on Saturday. I'm so proud of him and so thankful he had the chance to do this pretty much for free through his work. :) He has balanced grad school, two jobs, and being here for us better than I ever could have. We are blessed beyond measure with him.
The boys are doing great. As always. They bring joy and fresh perspective to every day.
They've also had their fair share of time-out lately! They feel the changes in the air, I'm sure! They're ready for summer and bike riding and not looking at houses!! Ha!
Business is picking up for Sandra and I now that the weather is warming up. Which we LOVE!
Life is crazy! But luckily we are in the Hands of Jesus who will never leave or forsake us, who has plans already made for us. Not saying that in a trite or cheesy way...but in a "I must cling to this so I don't freak out" kind of way! Seriously, ya'll!
Also...these pictures of my kids are so old! Must take more photos of my own kids instead of just other peoples! Ha!