It's Tuesday ... who's got a snap to share?
I have something in mind for after school, but time is TIGHT on Tuesdays. I sure hope I can work it in though.
Take care everyone.
I'll have to get a snap of Natalie in the swim suit I picked her up in texas, it's just Hello Kitty but we don't have a good selection of swim wear this time of year here and she was due.
* Amanda *
AWWWW. What a cute doggy drawing by Nora, Tracy! Love it! And taking pics of art work is something we have long done since we can't keep EVERY piece of paper Logan has ever adorned.
I can't wait to see the Hello Kitty swim suit, Amanda. But that reminds me that my ever growing boy probably needs a new suit too.
Nice, Steph! Sometimes I wish we had a van. Only for the odd occasion when we need to transport an extra kid or family member. But they are so nice and roomy! And you guys need it with more kids. However, our car is so good on gas that with a family of four it's hard to justify a bigger vehicle!
Married Anthony April 2, 2005
Nora born Feb. 14th, 2007
Micah born Jan. 20, 2009
It's hard for me to get too excited about it. We don't like to have 2 car payments at the same time, but we do now. We had to get Drew out of his Chevy Cobalt. Did you hear about the recall? The engine will just shut off, causing the car to shut down, including the airbags. He drives on the interstate to work every day, and it was making us really nervous, especially since they don't have a fix for it yet. So we traded that in, and got the Sienna for me, and he is now driving the Traverse. Definitely not his plan for our next car, and I still have to listen to him research other vehicles for himself, but at least he's safe now! And I have more room The kids keep going on and on about how cool the van is. Oh, if only they knew it was pretty much the most UNcool thing an adult could drive LOL!
I don't know whether to offer (((hugs))) or a huge CONGRATS Steph. I suppose I'll offer both.
I had a mini-van when Logan was small (actually, a Sienna). We loved it! It's the perfect family ride. And we found it very utilitarian as well - we could strip out all the seats and haul all KINDS of things in that van.
But I understand the feeling. I drive a Honda Pilot (don't get me started on the latest crash test results *sigh*). Carlos calls it my 'minivan that doesn't look like a minivan.' I still haul lots of kids (& all of their junk) - to soccer, judo, and after school "hang outs" (Logan and his friends are much too mature for "play dates" these days).
Enjoy the ride! When you let it go some day, part of you will miss it (I did anyway). But don't tell Carlos I admitted to that.
AWWWW! Look at how pleased she looks! Pink is most certainly her color.