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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Fun Filled Week End



 The Real Story of the Three Little Pigs at the community theatre

Natalie found a single showing of this great play and invited us along. Tom was reffing so Charlie stayed with Z and Piper and even Michele and Wyatt came along. We loved it!

We had front row seats and Wyatt was a bit scared of the stage set up before it got started.


T-ball and The Playground

Baby Z and Piper

Thomas usually covers the Saturday games as coach but he had a funeral to attend so Tom had to take a couple of hours off of his job with the Ironbirds to cover it. He was having such a good time though we ended up playing three innnings instead of the usual two for the 4-6 year olds.

I threw Michele on bench duty

With our Nik


We have such a great playground at the end of our street.


 Picnic at the Duck Park

He thought he should hold her hand to be safe.

He loves being a big brother. He asks about the other baby we had while he has been with us, wondering if he'll be back. It breaks my heart. He also mentioned his 'cousin' to the women in the church nursery. When I asked him what cousin, he said, Sami. I got choked up. This poor kid needs a forever home.

He loves his 'boo'noculars

Tom works ( I shouldn't say work because he enjoys it so much) Sundays during the spring and summer. I like to take the kids out, it makes the time go faster.

Not sure how much longer he'll be with us. He's having more and more behavioral issues that we feel a trained family would be better suited to handle. There is no end in sight for him returning home.

A week end away for our Texas sweeties

 The Family Support Group sponsored a trip to new Mexico for the families of the 219th.

They wanted to share in the hotel room.

Green Grass!

Thank you Jen for sharing your days with us. What did we ever do without our phones?


1 comment:

  1. It will be so hard on all of you when your little guy is moved...change is so hard for them. Your family has given him a firm foundation of love and acceptance that will help him. It is very hard to parent a child with behavioral issues...his could be because of his background or it could be something more. He could be acting out because he finally feels safe and loved...he has probably been trying to keep it inside for a long time. God bless you for making him feel safe enough and loved enough that he can let go and be himself without fear.