Squeaky was not amusing with my Caturday shenanigans.
It’s so strange to think that this guy has been part of our family for 5 weeks now. He finally started eating kibble, but still loves his canned food. He plays with toys and attacks feet. He has amassed quite the sock collection, too!
I needed a picture to post on my LuLaRoe FB page. I needed someone to take a picture because the bathroom mirror technique just looked tacky.
My sweet 6-year-old offered to take my picture so showcase my outfit. We took a couple of shots. He did a great job.
I’m wearing a LuLaRoe Collection for Disney Cassie skirt and a Classic tee.
I am so grateful to have a loving a supportive family. This LuLaRoe thing is really a family business for us.
It’s been a while since we’ve gone out for ice cream. We celebrated the last day of our weekend before going back to work for us and day camp for them.
Dipped cones all around!
Hard to believe that the school year is out for the summer.
Navy finished kindergarten and will be moving on to first grade in the fall. He had a great year and is making strides in reading.
Lily is done with fourth grade. This year had been a bit of a struggle because more of the work required Lily to stay organized to get her assignments and work turned in on time. Her teacher gave us some great advice so that won’t be an issue in fifth grade.
I can’t believe that we’ll be gearing up for First Grade and Fifth Grade in the fall. However, we still have summer!
So many fun and exciting things are going to be happening soon, and we’re going to enjoy it while we have a break from school!
Meet Squeaky, the newest member of our family.
Squeaky was a barn kitten who was orphaned after his mother was hit by a car. We offered to adopt him knowing that he would need some extra care as he’s only about 5 weeks old.
We’ve given him the random birthday of April 19, 2017 so he will have a real birthday next year.
The kids are absolutely smitten with him. Both kids have been loving on him since we got home. He’s been so sad and fussy, but I’m hoping that with some TLC and consistent feedings, that he’ll adjust to his new surrounds soon.
Our family has decided to venture into the LuLaRoe business.
Considering the investment, it took several months of thought and planning just to decide this was the right decision for our family. Unlike my Thirty-One adventure, I’ve put a lot of time into this, as well as developing a business plan.
We have all of the supplies purchased. Now, we are just waiting for the call…
After missing a game and a few practices because his arm was in a splint, Navy was happy to finally be able to play baseball again.
As a rookie, he spends more time in the outfield and bats near the end of the line-up. Continue reading