Oh the day to day with my kids can be overwhelming sometimes. Often I feel like a failure in so many ways. Right now I am dealing with outbursts of anger that shock me at times. It is easy to get discouraged if (when) I dwell on these things. But there are so many other . . . → Read More: An eternal perspective
The firm Jason works for has season Ranger tickets and every once in a great while they offer them to us. I LOVE to go to the ball game! We have always taken our kids with us before, but we didn’t see how we could squeeze seven people into four seats! We actually did it . . . → Read More: Take me to the ball game!
This is the 12th post in a series written by Frieda, my mother. These are her memories of Sara her first rambunctious child and their adventures on the mission field. Click this link to start at the beginning.
Sara’s second grade teacher said she was too distracted by everything that went on . . . → Read More: Hyperactive
Yesterday I wrote about the frustrating delay of getting to my 3rd grade play. Here is my mom’s side of the story. Also a friend messaged me that she might have photos of that play. It would be fun to see some after all these years!
Since I’m not always very demonstrative by nature, . . . → Read More: Mom’s Frustrating Moment
When I was in the third grade I was quite the little actress. I was constantly making up short skits and convincing my best friend to do them with me. Many times my teacher would let us perform them for the class. This may have had some impact on my teacher’s choice for the Christmas . . . → Read More: Life Happens: Frustrating Edition
You know how I told you last week that Little Jason was so excited to have the same preschool teachers as last year? Yeah, well, that’s interesting. I took him the second week and dropped him off. He was equally excited. I was merrily doing my shopping when the phone rang. “Oh no, I hope . . . → Read More: Mom strikes again
Yesterday was my Birthday! We spent most of the day at church, but Jason took us all out to a nice Mexican restaurant for supper. “Now kids, this is Mama’s Birthday so let’s make this a special dinner for her,” Jason admonished as we all climbed out of the van.
The food was really good, . . . → Read More: Whose birthday is it?
Fall is here! You know that I’m always looking for fun things to do as a family. I was so excited to hear from Yesterland Farm! My family oohed and ahhed as we perused their website. Check out the Old-Fashioned Fall Fun on the Farm in Canton, Texas!
Get Lost in the Corn Maze Pick . . . → Read More: Yesterland Farm and Corn Maze
We laugh hysterically every time we give Bobby Cheerios! We’ve actually seen him stuff more in his mouth than this, but you get the idea! Sorry it gets out of focus at the end. I’m working on my video skills! Happy Saturday everyone. I hope you laughed with us!
This is the eleventh post in a series written by Frieda, my mother. These are her memories of Sara her first rambunctious child and their adventures on the mission field. Click this link to start at the beginning.
For Christmas we gave each of our three children a Fisher Price toy which we had . . . → Read More: Indestructible