Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Another Tuesday....

As with the rest of the world, we have been busy! Last week we were in revival with Bro. Noel Scott. We were blessed with just some extra special services,~ wonderful! Now, we are trying to wind up this school year. Khara had track and field day last Monday, a field trip today, and one tomorrow--only 13 more days of school left for her. Kelsey's kindergarten class goes to the zoo on Thursday, has their graduation and program next Tuesday, and only has 6 days of school left. Kaden and Karson are just keeping life interesting being all boy!! May keeps us hoppin'!!

Kaden, Karson, and I went and watched Khara participate in track and field day.

Getting ready to run the 100 meter dash. She took first place!!!

The wonderful sack race! She got tickled while competing in this, not sure where she would get that from....;-)

Siblings and loving it!!

I had just put a new diaper on Karson and turned my back when Kaden took over with the diaper cream.

Kaden said, "Oh, HE even got his hand in it".

Thanks to my dad plowing a new garden spot and my grandpa(in picture) coming to disk it, I now have 100 new strawberry plants planted!!! My 20 or so plants from a couple of years ago are blooming like crazy! That amount of blooms/berries multiplied by 5 already has me saying--wow!!

Well, I'm off to try and convince a certain 2-month old that this would be a good time to say goodnight. :-)


The Arender's said...

Enjoyed your update. Karson is getting so big. It is hard to believe that he is 2 months already. What are you going to do with all those strawberries??? Yummy!

Liz said...

You are a courageous woman with that garden!

Loved the pictures!

Kendall & Leanna said...

Enjoyed all the pictures! All the kids are growing so much and so cute. I was thinking while looking at the pics how pretty Khara & Kelsey are.
I would love to have a strawberry garden. jeff couldn't believe that our strawberry season up here is almost over.

Brenda said...

Loved the pictures! Way to go, Khara, on field day. I can just imagine her laughing during the sack race. That's great too that Kaden was trying to help with the diaper cream.