- Emma squeals, brings her hands together, smiles A LOT, rolled over 3 times in a row (only one night, though), has outgrown all of her 0-3 month clothes, has fat legs now, is only taking 3 naps a day, is sleeping through the night from 8/9-ish at night to 7/8-ish in the morning, and she loves to be held, talked to, and played with.
- We have finished school for the 2008/2009 year, except for a few books(novel types) we’re still reading. We’ll start back up pretty quickly as we’ll be taking a long vacation this summer, and we’ll continue with Math and English throughout the summer.
- I took the kids strawberry picking last night. Since Karl is gone right now I left Emma with the babysitter. We met some friends at a local farm and had a great time. We came home with a flat and a half….$30 worth of the best berries I have ever eaten! I froze most of them today, but we did keep some just to eat. We had them with every meal today. 😉 I think we may have to go at least one more time before the season is over. We also stayed afterwards to enjoy some of their yummy strawberry shortcake and pet their goats.
- I’ve begun working with Corbin on reading 2 and 3 letter words. He is somewhat familiar with the letter sounds but is not very confident yet. It will take some time but he is on his way. I feel sure he will gain confidence as we work more together.
- Logan has been writing on his blog fairly regularly, a series of stories….about Bionicles of course. Please check it out. I am pretty proud of our boy. 🙂
- Hailey had her first piano recital a couple of weeks ago. She was the first student to play, and did her first piece perfectly. She did make a couple of mistakes on her second one but got back on track quickly. Everyone there did a great job, and I believe Hailey was proud of herself. I know we are very proud of her for being so brave and for doing so well.
- The kids will complete their baseball season on Friday. They have all had a great time and have learned a little bit about the game. It’s been fun to be there each week, watching them play and talking to other parents about various things. I’m glad we decided to do it again this year. Once Emma is old enough to play (5) we will have a child in each ‘league’ and will spend our time traipsing back and forth across the entire park, which is made up of about 15 fields I think! LOL