where did this week go? It's been such a fast pace week... What did we do? Let's see...
My baby started shaking his head no and it's SO CUTE! He's 11 months day and I want to cry... I can not believe it. I don't want him to turn one yet... I'm not ready! So down dagumit!
We've (mostly paul) been working on the downstairs bathroom this week, it has been so small feat, we moved the toilet, moved the sink to another wall, moved the plumbing and electric which meant taking out a good portion of the lower wall, hung bead board and that's where we're at now. Paul still needs to install the sink and toilet and hang the light and mirror and caulk the trim/bead board and then we should be done... oh and I have to touch up paint still. I painted the bathroom *gasp* black! Sounds weird I know... but you'll just have to wait and see... it looks awesome so far!
I miss my GW dearly... he's too busy with trucks, tractors, 4-wheelers, horses, donkeys, nana, papa, Auntie Karen, Cousin Cole, and just being on the farm to even talk to me on the phone! He's LOVING IT! They're coming tonight or tomorrow morning and I can't wait to give him a BIG SQUEEZE!
Our small group is meeting at our house tonight... I love having people over, it should be great fun!
I got a lot done this week with out Mr. super-active-on-the-go-all-the-time-love-a-lot-gavin. I ordered some pictures and they should be hear today... I hung a lot of frames I had sitting in their places but not on the wall so I'm super excited I actually got them up. And we finished Grayson's loft bed. I'll have to take some pictures... it's super cool.
Grayson moved into level F reading and he's doing awesome! We're so proud of him! He got his fathers brains.
Vance was star of the week this week and he was so HAPPY... he got to bring in his webkinz and other animal friends, his bat computer, pictures of the family and today his favorite transformer. Oh and he made a card for a little girl in his class that he really likes (and Vance loves to draw, color, write, paint... and he's awesome at him) Anyway... she didn't want it. :( She told him to throw it away. So he made a better one for another girl in his class. Just a reminder we need to teach our children to accept gifts graciously even if we don't want it.
That's about it...