I am hopelessly outnumbered!
Here are Mark, Isaac and Jonathan getting their photos taken for soccer this evening. Mark is coaching Isaac’s team this year. We finally found out that Jonny’s uniform is black, a very forgiving color for a little boy. Today, to my relief, the weather was actually rather warm, that is, until the sun set. Then the cold set in rather quickly.
Look at this neat thing I found for Ben at Target! A tray for his Bumbo seat! I had seen them online before, but this way I didn’t have to pay for shipping. It doesn’t hold him in the seat, but it is great for putting his toys right where he can reach them.
One of Isaac’s top teeth fell out this last weekend. He now has a slightly snaggle-toothed appearance – very cute I think:
Mark played his double bass for praise and worship at church last Saturday night. I was desperately trying to arrive on time with the three little ones, but that’s when Isaac chose to lose his tooth (in the parking lot!!) Church was running late, so we still made it on time.
And finally: the miracle story of the week!!!!!
This is our 6 year old GE washer. It died last Saturday. The repair guy told us on Monday it would cost $250 to fix it. We only paid $320 for it, so we figured it wasn’t worth it. However, my ever-resourceful husband managed to fix it for a fraction of the replacement cost, and it’s now running beautifully as we speak!
This weekend we are heading off to Pittsburgh to visit our extended family, and also to attend the CdLS family gathering in Pittsburgh. We’ve never met any other kids with CdLS in person before, so we’re looking forward to meeting other families. Have a great weekend!