Saturday, April 12, 2014

Swimming

Spring break was last week and we did a ton of fun. One thing we enjoyed doing was going to the pool at UT. We had fun. 

Joel enjoyed the hot tub the most. 

We thought Joel could touch. We tried. He failed to trust us ever  again. 


He finally got brave to swim around. 

Evie, on the other hand, is a fish like her daddy! 

No floaters on a kick board! She even fell in a few times and popped back up happy! 

She probably swam three entire laps of this pool! Insane! 

And she wouldn't leave her daddy's side. 

Soccer

Joel started soccer three weeks ago. He's had two practices, and today was his first game! 

Team Roal Blue! Warm ups! Joel spent oat f the time hopping on one foot with a little girl. 

They pray as a group before each game. 

Joel was pumped to be put in! 

The next three are continuous shots of him swinging his arms? He kept doing it during plays.
   

Joel's first throw in! 

Other way son...
    
There you go, bud. 

Beside Joel getting a little handsy, and a mom scream at him, it was a god day! 

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Breakfast

When you gotta go, you gotta go! 

There is nothing like eating your breakfast, poured into an upside down foot stool, while going to the bathroom, naked. 

FaceTime

One of my kids favorite things to do is to FaceTime their grand parents. It's so awesome to see them interact even if they live so far away. This night, grandpa Toney was reading The Red Ripe Strawberry. We love technology. :) 


TKD

Joel has been taking a taekwando class. We had a group on for it, and I'm so greaful to Mr. Wright's generosity to my family. This has not been "fun" for Joel . He's not in charge, or in control. That's hard for him. This experience will be so good for him! 

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Sidewalk Chalk Day

The Brooks Museum held a celebration on their front steps a few days ago, celebrating sidewalk chalk! They invited the community to come and draw and play together. There were tons of families but there were also professionals drawing as well. It was fascinating to see these people work! 

My kids drew for about five minutes, then they were done! 

They other cool part was they ha the muse open for free! We mainly stayed in the Dahli exhibit they had. It was so cool to see his work up close. 
"We're best friends, mom!"