Sunday, April 12, 2009


This weekend has been jammed pack of family and Easter activities. We arrived in Wilmington Friday afternoon and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Saturday morning we went to Bobby's great grandmother Sarah's house for egg dying and hunting with his cousins. Trying to get five little boys to all do the same thing at the same time was quite the feat, but they had a blast and thoroughly enjoyed their time together. Saturday evening we had a cookout at the boatyard and more time for Bobby, Cooper and Andrew to run wild and free together.

This morning I went to sunrise service in the front yard. It was beautiful to watch the sun come up over the water while listening to the message delivered by the pastor. Then Sam, Bobby and I went to Sam's family church downtown for yet another egg hunt and Easter service.

And the day ended at Family Night Dinner at my Papa's house. Which of course meant lots of time with his Aunt Betty. Like I said it was a funfilled action packed Easter Weekend.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Egg Hunt

Today one of Bobby's play groups came over for an Easter Egg Hunt. Bobby has been in this play group, meeting once a week, for a couple of months now. It is so nice to see them all play together...and for Bobby to interact with girls. The other group that we usually play with is predominately boys! Bobby wasn't sure what to do with the eggs at first or the purpose of the whole thing, but once he caught on...he loved it. Especially once he realized that there was something good inside the eggs! We hope that everyone has a wonderful Easter and I will post some Easter pics next week.

Oh, and our house is on the market, so I'll keep everyone updated...3 showings so far and one scheduled for tomorrow!

Bobby and the girls waiting to begin

And he's off

Lexie was more interested in playing:)

Aniela and Easton talking strategy

Aniela enjoying the sunshine

Bobby's stash

Thursday, April 2, 2009

The dentist

So, this morning I took Bobby to the dentist for the first time. I was expecting a complete disaster since every time we brush teeth, it is a battle and struggle. Much to my surprise, he was a complete angel. He didn't want to sit in my lap, like the doctor suggested, instead, he wanted to climb up into the "big" chair and lay down. Each time that Dr. Davis asked, he opened up and showed her all of his teeth. So thankfully we were able to get through the exam, cleaning and floride treatment without a single tear or struggle.