Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Keeping up with three!

Having three kids means getting into the car and counting...yes, its only three.  and yes, its three! can't imagine how it will work once the third one is moving and has a mind of his own...

Blaine Easter Egg Hunt.  Here is Nathan with a friend from school....



Trying out their scooters from Christmas for the first time...Nathan loved it.  Evan bailed so he wasn't digging it.


We got a new (used) gun safe...awesome!

Nathan supervising...

This is an old picture I didn't blog about before...Jeffrey's first time out to a restaurant...very good baby! (although, but the third baby we have realized crying doesn't stress us out hardly at all....)

Nathan's lego creation.  This thing was insane....

Evan loves petting Jeffrey...

My boss sent the boys gifts after Jeffrey was born...they loved them!!

Evan has been asking lately why Nathan gets to go everywhere and do everything.  While I would normally argue, I have realized that somehow, just naturally I guess, Evan is getting left out.  He isn't the new cute baby everyone is fussing over, and he isn't the older one getting invited to parties and going to school.  So, I took him to Home Depot one day and they had their carnival and he loved it...

Here he is in the maze...we had to do it like three times...

Bowling with duct tape...

Fishing...

Throwing frisbees into cookie monsters mouth...he got a great prize here!

It snowed again around that time...dang it was annoying and pretty.

Gigi has been enjoying having me home...she is lonely so spends a lot more time with people now.  We are hoping to get another kitty this summer...

Nathan is still taking skating lessons...he really likes it.  He won't pass his current level though, because he just can't get the hang of "backwards swizzles".  We need to take him to open skate and practice, but most open skate is during the work day, so that just isn't happening.  We will just keep putting him in lessons (maybe again in the fall) until he gets it.


1 comment:

  1. That is so funny! I remember the first month with three kids complaining to Ben that I felt like all I did was count to three over and over again. It gets better - I hardly ever have to count anymore ;)

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