I ended up finishing painting the back door trim after I put the kids to bed last night. I simply don't have the will power to let things be half finished for more than 24 hours, and since we had a fun-filled day planned for today, I had to finish it last night.
I woke up this morning to feel Breanna cuddled up against me. She's never been a co-sleeper, not even when she was being breastfed. And truthfully, it made me a little sad because she's our last one. The last baby.
Here lately when she wakes up in the middle of the night, daddy will go get her and put her in bed with us. She snuggles right in between us and goes right back to sleep. And if it's a week-day, when she wakes up and immediately asks "Where's daddy?".."He's at work", but on the week-ends she gets the biggest smile on her face when she sees both of us. I cherish our morning cuddles. I wish she could stay this age forever!
For breakfast, the big kids requested pancakes...do you sense a pattern of pancakes for breakfast at our house?! haha I'm telling you, peanut butter pancakes really are the best! Daddy requested bacon. So pancakes and bacon it was.
We caught the early show at the movies...it's so much cheaper, and when you are a family of 7 on a budget every little bit helps. I do have to say that Toy Story 3 was pretty darn cute.
On the way home Chris asked the kids what they wanted to, and of course, they said, Swimming! So we ran home, grabbed swim suits, Rylie, the cooler and some food, and stopped by the grocery for some drinks and ice. Then off we went to our favorite swimming hole.
He's ready to go snorkeling!
Picking up sticks from last nights storm...
Ava decided we needed our picture taken too
Of course, we couldn't forget Rylie!!!
Simple pleasures in life!!!
Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there.
quick side note: I'll start back up with the daily couple's devotional tomorrow.