Thursday, April 12, 2012

Bluebonnet Pictures...age 4

Well it seems that the way I can tell how much the boys are growing up is by how much easier bluebonnet pictures get every year. Sounds crazy, but when they were babies - 2ish was HORRIBLE! No one looking and everyone crying (including me)! Now you just tell them what to do and they do it...for the most part!

Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil....yeah right!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Now & Then

I was flipping through pictures on my computer the other day and it made me stop and think about how fast time has gone by. I cant believe how much they have grown up. It is nice sometimes to stop and think about this stuff because it is such a crazy life you really don't get much time to reflect until they are all grown up. Here are our past Christmas' starting with our first in the hospital.

Christmas 2007 - Our 1st Christmas





The Cowboy Stage

I was hoping we would not go through this phase, but little Lane thinks he is a cowboy! Not my taste, but as for both sets of grandparents, they are thrilled. Both sets of grandparents have cattle and horses and are really into the "cowboy" stuff. I don't mind as long as they keep the animals at their houses. As for us, I hope we don't ever get dragged into the "cattle/horse" mess. I told them that the boys can show and do whatever as long as they (the grandparents) take care of all of it. Being the only girl in the house (including all animals) I'm sure I will get out voted, but for now that is the way it is!
Lane in his cowboy getup. Thanks to Grammy & Poppy he got new boots, belt, belt buckle, hat, shirt, and guns w/holster. Right now he is the only one into the cowboy thing, and this is really the first time one of them has gone out on their own to like something that the other two don't follow or fight over. We'll see what happens.

Mommy Moments

This new year it was my goal to get rid the final "baby" stuff. I am finding this extremely hard and emotional. I have learned that I have to be ready before they can be ready. They are always ready, but I'm not. Holding on to the last little bit of when they were babies is making me so sad. So the last couple of things we have are the changing table (which we use for their clothes because it makes a great dresser), and sippy cups. Why my mom asked are we getting rid of sippy cups. Well, I am tired of finding them 2-3 months later under beds and furniture with crazy stuff growing in them because they just throw them wherever when they are done drinking them, and they need to learn to stay in the kitchen to drink . Not really the only reason why, really they 4 years old and can drink out of regular cups, but they use the sippy cups as their "comfort". It has been very emotional to get rid of the changing table the most - not really sure why, just a mommy moment. As far as sippy cups - I cant wait! I am so tired of taking them apart to wash and putting them back together - such a pain! Since we got rid of them January 1st, it has been a little messy as they are learning they have to stay in the kitchen to drink and not go all over the house since they don't have lids anymore. Frustrating, but they are learning.