Let me start off saying sorry for the sideways pics, too lazy to fix them now, too long of a post and I just up loaded too many photos.
Wow it's been a long time since I posted. Kinda sad that I didn't document any of it. I've pretty much given up on scrap-booking, the idea of hauling everything out when the kids are sleeping to work on it and then clean it all up before the kids wake up again just isn't very appealing.
Easter was fun this year. We died eggs the day before Easter, which was an event, just like most new things are with three little ones, but they had fun. Easter eve was not. It appears that Bam did not like the idea of the Easter Bunny coming in the house while we were asleep. He would not go to sleep. I finally asked if he wanted me to tell the Easter Bunny not to come to which he replied yes, much to Sugar's dismay. Everyone did enjoy looking for eggs at our house and again at Grandma and Papa A's house. Sugar was definitely the king of egg finding at our house. We had to step in and help the other two find some before he got them all. They were very happy to find that the Easter Bunny also put change and stickers in the eggs at our house and change and candy at Grandma and Papa's house.
We're currently in the middle of growth spurts which means lots of eating, sleeping, and bad attitudes. It amazes me how they can be such sweet smart caring children until they hit a growth spurt and then they become little monsters. I told Chuck that I think their brain takes a little while to catch up after a growth spurt because they don't use it as often then.
We signed Sweet and Sugar up for preschool this fall. They're not going to my favorite program, because it was thirty minutes away when the weather is good. But I think they'll do well and really like the program we chose. They are so excited to go. The program places the children based on the school district age requirements. Apparently our school district just changed theirs from 5 by Sept 30 to August 1, which means they wouldn't go to kindergarten until almost 6. I talked the preschool into letting them into the pre-k class, but I'll probably have to open enroll them in a neighboring school district for kindergarten, which stinks and I'll have to do the same thing for Bam too.