Notable points of interest:
The boys got out their air soft guns and the first thing they shot was their youngest brother's backside. Ouch.
The family made a fairly good attempt at a healthier lifestyle by planting. Premature planting, most likely.
The dad began the work of opening the pool; the water is 64 degrees. At this rate, it will be 27 years before the pool is warm enough for the mother to put her toe in.
Boy #2's trombone arrived. He can make a sound with it, and although his parents think this first year of band will be a long one, they never dreamed that a child who struggled with oral motor apraxia would one day be able to blow enough air into an intrument to make a sound. Interpretation: to the neighbors we do apologize, but to us, it was a sound of triumph.
The mother of the family traded bagel slicing duty for nursery duty on Sunday. She actually prefers the bagels.
The daughter and oldest son were overjoyed when their mother and father offered them the chance to go to Kentucky this summer to spend time with their grandparents. How much more thrilled they will be when they learn their Texas cousins will be there, too.
And lastly, asthma continues to taunt this boy and his parents' efforts at taming it.
And now to enjoy the last of the long week-end.
Poor baby...Have a wonderful Memorial Day.
Asthma - my heart goes out to him. Have a good holiday, otherwise.
It all sounds pretty good, except for the asthma and getting shot in the butt.
Bagels are generally less wiggly than babies. But oh, so much cuter. :)
Take care, Suz
Have fun listening to the trombone...haha....my son played one. When he was first learning, we decided the sound would fit right in in the barn.
Praying your son will soon outgrow his asthsma.
Happy Memorial Day! :) I played trombone once - i hated carrying it everywhere and quickly switched to the flute. I wish him luck! :)
Sounds like the grandparents will have their hands full and house....
Thanks for the update!
Congrats on the trombone triumph. And good luck on the asthma front. Happy Memorial.
Grandma and Grandpa are going to be BUSY this summer ;0)
I hope the trombone helps and good luck with that asthma!
Happy Memorial Day! Sounds busy at your house!
Your place sounds as busy as mine. It never ends! Happy Memorial Day!
I guess I won't hold my breathe to get invited over for a swim unless I want to wear a wet suit!
The sound of triumph! Hold onto that thought!
Bless! You do pack it all in, don't you! I'd be ready for Monday if only to get a break :-)
I did NOT like the nebulizer for the year our boy was two, so I am sorry you're battling with asthma.
CHEERS to the Trombone man. You may find that the first year is not so long. I miss hearing all the brass in our house and the silence makes me sad.
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