If you are on dial-up, this post will drive you to the brink! Here’s some pictures from the summer and from various events in our lives. We are doing so well and the family is like it’s always been this way (for the most part). 🙂
Snickers, I said, “LOOK THROUGH THAT HOLE!!”
I have no idea…but probably spying on the neighbors. CREEPY.
What a big boy!
The new swing set has been a God-send this summer!! THANK you to all our friends at FBC Moore who gave so generously to our family and made it possible to bless our children and our family!!
Micah, peeking through the little window. 🙂
Can this guy communicate without verbal language or what???
Bethany & Seth
Our “little” Seth is no longer little!
Yes, he loves ice cream. He gets it VERY rarely though. We don’t give the little guys sugar except on rare occasions.
Yep, Matthew likes it too.
Don’t let Eli’s face fool you. He LOVES ice cream too!
Micah is a good self-feeder. He’s a precious little guy.
Part of our young labor program. Eli’s in charge of folding laundry. 🙂
Couldn’t resist posting this. What is that face about??
Micah loves the water table. Matthew tolerates it. Eli runs at the first sign of splashing.
All I can say is… GROSS!!! AND NOW…
The FIRST HAIRCUTS I’VE GIVEN.
The much-anticipated pictures are finally here!
Yes, I am reading instructions. Believe it or not, the kit came with a step by step instruction sheet with pictures. Supposedly a monkey could do it. Hey wait a minute!!…
No, I’m not squeezing. Okay…maybe a little bit.
This was Micah’s first haircut since coming home. His hair coming in thicker and the bald spots around his scalp are all gone. Guess he’s getting enough to eat now! :-) He’s up to 36 pounds. (He was 31 when we first took him to the doctor after getting him home. I reported 30 previously but was in error)
Eli wasn’t so excited about getting a cut. I decided to brave the bowl haircut for him. Let’s just leave it at that. :-) But hey, I didn’t have to take him to supercuts to get it fixed!
Seth decided he wanted to lose the bowl cut that he has his whole life. If was VERY DIFFICULT for me to cut those locks off. Mary was very shocked when she saw the finished product. Our little boy is turning into a young man. YES, I know he’s still only seven! But he’s growing up so fast!
He wanted the spike look like dad has. He’s a special boy.
Micah likes this helmet. He wears it backwards, of course, but he likes it just the same.
Thanks to a neighbor who works at the Oklahoma Science Museum, we got to spend the day there. I took the 4 oldest. We had a wonderful time together. I was so glad to be able to treat them to the day out. They have really stepped up to bat since the new guys came home.