This is one of my all time favorite pictures of my kiddos! I'll just say it was not a "hair wash day."
Sunday, April 30, 2017
This kid is basically impossible to accurately describe. He frazzles my nerves like no kid I know, but at the same time, his Pratt-isms are so funny and...delightful it is hard to not just eat it right up.In our house, five is big because you get to have a friend party. Since his best friend and cousin has a birthday just a month after his, we got to have a combined party! Aunt Saundra put together some sweet Ninja turtles games, and I made a cake.
Posted by supertosha at 5:55 PM
It was something of a rough start to our vacation to visit Steve and Em in Alabama. The stop and go traffic on the freeway in Chattanooga, Tennessee bested us. We rear-ended a car, who then rear-ended the next car that had managed to not rear-end the car that had randomly slowed way down, but sped up and missed the whole scene. The tears in the back seats immediately started to flow. The kids were so scared. Luckily, no one was hurt in any of the cars. Just a few seat belt burns (which just minutes before the accident we had begged Pratt to put back on) and a few sore necks.We leaned that Chattanooga is incredibly efficient with these accidents, and so kind!
And it just so happens that Steve and Em had an extra van that they basically let us steal from them! Months earlier they had purchased an new van, and had yet to sell their old one. After driving it around all week, and having Steve basically detail it, we drove it home. One of these days we might be able to tell them just how grateful we are to them for all they have done for us!
Posted by supertosha at 5:44 PM
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Aimee was pretty excited to get to go to Toys R Us to spend a gift card she got for her birthday. We spent what seemed like forever looking for something she like that was within her budget. But, when we found the game Pie Face, the hunt was finally over!
Posted by supertosha at 8:25 PM
There isn't much worse than a sick tiny baby. All you can do is attempt to comfort, and hope for the best. My little Canonball fell victim to what our pediatrician suspected was RSV.
Canon was really struggling to nurse those first few months. When he got sick something switched and he actually started rejecting binkies and bottles. While I was pretty bummed that the binkie got kicked to the curb, I was more than happy that such an unpleasant thing turned out to be a blessing to me. I love nursing my babies (and I didn't mind not having to pump 5 times a day either)!
Posted by supertosha at 8:07 PM