The summer ended with a small family trip to the beach, Assateague Island to be exact. The kids and I had a blast with the family. It was a wonderful way to end the summer season for us!
The school year started and we struggled to get into routine again as all three kiddos started school.
Walker started his first year as a role model to special needs kiddos and has been doing a great job! We are so proud of him.
As a mom I was not prepared, physically and emotionally, for our last child to “flee” from the house and to become a “big boy”. It has put a lot of strain on me, but currently it has taken me a long time to adjust!
We now have a second grader, a first grader, and a preschooler full time at school.
I stressed for the longest time about Walker going to school and surprisingly he has been awesome in school with no difficulties!
The girls are doing well academically and are both way above where they need to be, which makes me a proud mama!
We were able to start enjoying the cooler weather that is FINALLY coming! We spent the day on a family picnic touring the blue ridge parkway! We really enjoy our family time!💜
The girls participated in their first ever pageant and we were so grateful to have my sister in law and cousin help with hair and makeup and a special shoutout to grandma for helping out with the dress, the day of the pageant:)
The girls didn’t win, but it was an awesome learning experience and truly an eye opener to get them to open up publicly! We will have awesome luck next year!
Our kids recently celebrated grandparents day and it was even more special that their great grandmother was able to attend the special event💜
Thanks to this woman, I’m so happy with a new church!! It’s such an awesome movement when the family can agree on something! Thank you Mrs. Dana for not giving up on me:)
That’s about it for right now, and while I understand that three kids may be nothing for a mama to 4,5,or 6, it’s a bunch for me and that’s the adventure that was planned for me and my family!
Until next post,
Moms, Minivans, and Messes