WOW! This summer has flown by...Labor Day is here already!
We spent Friday and Saturday lounging around...Jon helped our Neighbor roof and Tyler ran around down there...I did some scrapbooking and worked on a few challenges. Sunday was a nice day and the kids decided to get dirty and play in the mud....Boys will be boys and I never worry about them getting dirty. I hose them down then put them in the shower. I don't care about dirty clothes either. Kids are wash and wear...I figure if they are getting dirty then they are probably having a ball!
Here are some pics of the boys playing in the mud
School has started too! My boys are growing up to fast. Its like I blink and wow they are already in grade 1 and 2! I cried...I must admit I did cry. I love having my boys around! They brighten up my day and keep me busy! This is Tylers first year of going ALL day EVERY day. He likes it but he says he misses me. He's so little and its hard to believe he is old enough to go. He was born on the 22nd of December so he barely made the cut off date which means he will struggle to keep up to the other kids. Cody goes through the same thing as he was born in the middle of November and it took him a little longer to catch onto things. I worry that they will fall behind!
Here are some back to school pics
Here they are posing for mommy at home!
And being silly!
And here they are in line with their new teachers....(I blurred out the other kids faces as I don't have their parents permission to post their pictures)
Speaking of School!...Scrapbook Dreamers September Contest is all about school! Check it out!
There are also some great challenges going on...the blog challenges, Use your stash challenges, photography challenges, and quote challenges.
Check out what is going on over at the kloset too! Sara is hosting the design team challenge this month...frame it challenge and Chris is hosting the spotlight member challenge...paint it! And keep October 1st - 5th open..you'll want to be at the kloset for sure!
Have a great day!
The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows. ~Sydney J. Harris