Harvest is STILL in full swing. And while I can't wait to have my hubby back I'm trying to have patience and enjoy the fall as the girls experience it all for the first time. They are such goffy girls when I comes to vehicles. They love the steering wheel... But really I shouldn't be surprised, they love to be in control.
In the picture below... if you can ignore the painting on the wall (never put a Simply Said up if you plan to change the paint in the future) but... makynli has become quite the little boss. She is always getting her point across. Her newest thing is going to the high chair whenever she wants snacks.
Family's. Little Cy is 3 weeks younger than the girls and walking all over. And he is adorable!!
Okay... I need to confess that it wasn't as simple as I made it sound. After the newness wore off the girls decided that the markers tasted pretty good.
Last week I had the priviledge of
Watching little miss Taelyn while her
Momma took Klayton on an errand. I was impressed that for a whole 5 minutes I had all three kiddos sleeping.
Last Thursday I was wide awake at 6 so
I decided to get started on my order of cupcakes for the weekend. By 10 I had all 6 dozen made and frosted. Crazy huh! But the best part was when Colin called me to see if I would be able to have the girls ready in a few minutes to join him for a farm errand to Iowa City. So all in all the good Lord was just watching out for this momma.
The girls and I were able to go watch Klayton play in his last football game. They were mesmerized but completely ready to leave by the end. Thankful we could watch him play and hoping his shoulder heals up. What a tough cookie he is!
Tonight as I was transferring my
Sleepy little girls from the vehicle to their cribs I was overwhelmed by just how big they are. Their floppy arms Wrapped around my neck and their little legs hung down my torso hitting me mid thigh. They have hair long enough to make a small sprout on the top of their heads, they brush their 4 little teeth every morning, and they can fold their hands to pray. They just aren't babies anymore...
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