Man oh man...blogging is falling by the wayside these days. Things around here have been really busy (really good, but busy).
***Logan started pre-school at Willamette Christian (3 days a week)
***I just started working on my Master's Degree in Education (specifically reading)
***Mason has had some stomach pain issues (lots of blood work and an CT scan)
***I am back to MOPS (co-coordinator this year)
***BSF has started back up (we are all attending and studying Isaiah)
***Mason and Mya are potty training (yuck! yuck! yuck!)
***Onion Harvest is in full swing (which means I am an onion widow and single mama for the time being)
Thursday is our only 'open' day and that is typically reserved for catch-up around the house or playdates with people we don't get to see due to this new crazy schedule. I used to use my free moments to update our blog, but now I have set the time aside for homework. I am trying really hard to keep up our family scrapbook so when I get a few moments I will upload the current pages. Blessings!
This blog comes to you as a true outpouring of the heart. Raising children is the greatest, most rewarding (needless to say trying and exhausting) job I will ever know. That being said, I feel that genuine joy is experienced as we watch our children grow and nurture their inner spirits. I find myself wishing that you all could peek in a window to see and experience the precious moments that fill our home each day as Logan, Mason and Mya grow. I wish you could glimpse Logan's tender spirit and love for trucks, tractors, daddy and Jesus. A smile would fill your face as you laughed with Mason, he has the most amazing laugh, and saw his absolute determination to do anything and everything on his mind. And believe me your heart would warm as you held Mya and realized that she would sit in your arms all day if time would permit. She has a tender, gentle, love-filled spirit. Hopefully this blog gives you a little peek into the world we call home...