Friday, September 5, 2014

Don't want to forget Friday!

Summer has been hectic yet fun!  We are getting into a good routine with the girls and Luke and been able to do some great things that I didn't think was possible.  August has been very busy- something every weekend and that means football season is around the corner.  Where did summer go?

Went to an Indians game, The Beef House to celebrate Great-Grandma's 81st birthday. 

We had Lemming Christmas in July in August@ Vic & Janice's where I just went up with the kids.  It was cornhole tourney and turned out great.  Luke was entertained outside with Grandpa, cousins, bean bags, while I was inside with the girls mostly.  They got to meet their Great-Great-Aunt Judy (my Grandpa Lemming's sister), so that was sweet. 

Luke & I met out play date buddies Kari & Reid and Megan & Cami at Conner Prairie.  It was a hoot to see them interact more, play with each other, play with all the fun things there.  It was a perfect day/time we went.  Then we went and saw Aunt Laura and Jude.  Luke was getting sleepy but loved all Raya & Charlie's toys.  Looking forward to next time when Raya & Charlie are home!

Jeff & Amy along with their twins were in town from Philly so we had a very, very different BOB Fest.  Kids galore!!  But it was good since it's been so hot & humid.  Got to see almost everyone and with all the kids, it was pure chaos.  Oh, how the times have changed.  Crawlers, walkers, toddlers, babies, big girls, big boys.  Whew! Quite the sight.

We went to Sonia & Ian's lakehouse one weekend and saw the Pittmans in town from Utah and met 10 mo old Jens - too cute!

Girls are still happy and good sleepers.  Love to look around and huge smiles when Luke plays with them.  Riley is really noticing her hands and could stare and stare at them.  Luke is so funny- he shakes his sillies out, loves puzzles, very demanding of his iphone, like to hear Dierks Bentley 'Drunk on the plane' some times is like 'mommy sing that song' and next time he's like 'mommy don't sing.  don't sing!'  (I hear ya, buddy, mommy does not sing well!).  He's much more about sharing and in his sweet little voice says  'you want a breakfast bar, mommy? 'you want a bite, daddy?'

Vivian's heart murmur came back ok.  So that was relief.

Over Labor Day Luke did the IceBucketChallenge and was awesome - he would do it everyday if he could. He even poured it on Grandpa.   Daddy stayed home with them all as mommy went to the Purdue game - they won! Whew.

Girls turned 5 months old last Sunday!!!  C.r.A.z.Y!!!

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