August 24, 2009
G started his last year of middle school....holy shitakes. Let's just all stop and take a deap breathe, while I vomit. My boy will start high school next year....sigh.
& C will begin middle school next year. Good lordy. I guess my my mind went into overdrive and skipped right through this year. This is C's last year of elementary school.
We are really hoping that C has a fabulous year. He seems to make the school year very stressful on everyone, but this year, he has been requested to be the 'safety patrol' for a little blind girl that he has adored for 2 years now and I hope that will help keep him grounded throughout the year.
&...&...& MY LITTLE GUY STARTED KINDERGARTEN!
W was very excited about going to school, riding the bus and having real homework like his big brothers. I'm pretty sure that won't last long, but I'll enjoy it while I can.
C & W are going to the same school this year, which I love.
As if all that grown up news wasn't enough,
it was 3 months ago that Eme Grace was placed in my arms.
I can't believe how different Emerson looks & how far she has come. She is pretty much walking everywhere, though she still falls down alot, she is talking more and added 2 words together just this morning for the first time, "Hi Dada" when Dada walked into the room.
She is a laid back kinda gal & still maintains the title of my 'good time girl.'
She loves her brothers, she is completely comfortable with her Daddy & she thinks Kita dog is the best friend to have, she also thinks Kita's food is tasty. She is Ms. Grabby Hands and does not sit still for long, she is a wiggle worm to the highest degree. She is exploring the world around her, to the point of driving me insane. She is always, I mean ALWAYS into something. She dances every time she hears music on, she loves to talk on her little toy cell phone and her new hobby is pushing 'baby' around in her stroller. I spend hours just staring at her and I'm
still unsure how we were chosen to be her parents, we really are the luckiest people around & there are no words for how much I love her.