Thursday, April 3, 2014


I just love this weather! I have my window open and can hear a robin singing cheerily, some of my perennials are finally peeking through and last but not least, the children can play outside! Our swings and trampoline seem like new toys after not using them all winter and my window sill once more has bouquets of weeds that little hands picked, "For you, mom!"

I added a few touches of spring to the house. Micah 6:8 has long been a favorite verse of mine and I was thrilled to find this free download. I printed it out and put it in a frame, how simple!

Meet Mr. Potato Head. Joseph made him in therapy the other day. He is filled with potting soil and has grass seed on his head. He is supposed to grow hair (grass) and Joseph will be in charge of giving him hair cuts. If you look closely you can see his eyes, the bump is his nose and his mouth is below his nose somewhere. He is sitting in a container of water so the grass seed gets the moisture it needs to grow. He is several days old already and thus far hasn't grown any hair.

Introducing homemade luncheables! I found a website that is all about packing lunches...and promptly lost it so please don't ask for the link. The website had pictures of all the neat lunches you can pack when you use these containers and I fell for the idea. I ordered these containers on Amazon. There are some little condiment containers you can buy that are made to fit this size luncheable container. They come with a nice price tag so I decided to see if the novelty of using these containers lasts before I buy anymore accessories.

I know these aren't the healthiest lunch options but this is what I had so don't judge to harshly.

Braden made this for me. He was so pleased with himself! 

Enjoy the sunshine!

1 comment:

  1. I love to see the healing God has brought to Braden's life! Prayers as you re-integrate him back into your home and that the healing continues for you all!!


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