1. Luke had a major triumph this past week. He made the perfect 6. It was during homework time and he nearly hit the ceiling when he announced the perfection on his paper. He made me take a picture because you never know when the perfect 6 might happen again.
It really is quite nice. Looks like I might have typed the perfectly pinned 6 on his paper for him. But I did not. I love that the little things still make my big guy so excited.
2. I have come to realize that Hannah Beth likes to walk around holding onto two items. I guess it helps her balance. She will walk laps around the downstairs while holding two things. One for each hand. It's cute and a little maddening. I tend to find two things lying on the floor together all over the house. She will dump her two things whenever she spies two NEW and BETTER things to carry with her. I spend a good portion of the day picking up said things. I did catch her giving her kitty a kiss while working on her laps one morning.
Kitty and Big Bird
And I have a little love affair with her red patten sandals I found on clearance at Stride Rite. There is nothing cuter than little feet tucked into a pair of sandals. I'm just sayin.
3. And now we have come to the random thoughts portion of this post. It's May. I love May. Mother's Day, fun end of the school year activities, my birthday, Memorial Day weekend ushering in the summer. What's not to love? Our May calendar looks like this:
And it is only the 4th. May the 4th be with you! (I couldn't resist). I don't mind the business. It's just life for us these days. I look forward to June's calendar though when things are a little less hectic and a little more laid back. But then there is the one HUGE thing scheduled in July. The move. I don't even like to talk about it, but I must. My mind is already planning and thinking about the next place, home, church, dance center, soccer team, yada yada yada. The list in my head goes on and on. I have to say that I have a complete peace about the whole thing. God has completely blessed us every place we have been. I know He will take care of us again and is preparing a place for us.
I am praying He will let us in on the address of the new place soon.