“Mom, is it bad if I tell someone they are a shit person”? – John
Also, John is upset because all of his friends just care about their friendship and not his jokes.
He’s the best.
Hi. I don’t do the best job updating this blog these days, but I’ll continue to try to note big milestones. I figure this website is our “baby book” that the kids can enjoy reading some day.
Julia at 8 years old is 4’4″ and 90 pounds. She’s solid as a rock. Strong and athletic like her mom. 😉
She plays soccer and softball seasonally. She swims every weekend, and has recently participated in the Lion King Jr theater production at the YMCA.
I’ve been so busy I don’t have much time to post updates to my blog these days, but I had to make an effort to post for Julia’s 8th birthday! In a blink, she’s EIGHT.
Julia is smart, athletic, thoughtful, opinionated, caring and curious. She’s very confident and loves life.
Julia swims, plays soccer, softball, and basketball. She participates in Girl Scouts and is currently performing in a play at our local YMCA.
This weekend she asked me about the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as Puberty. OH MY!
Here’s a photo of my girl (in pink) on her 8th birthday, and another photo of her and some of her BFFs at her party over the weekend.
Time flies!! Crazy fast. A blink.
“Mom, I need to tell you something. I wasn’t a good boy outside. I did something naughty. I pooped in nature. I pooped outside. I got Julia and we covered it up with sticks and rocks and leaves. I think it’s okay because that’s how people poop when they go camping.”
– John, Age 4
Had a good check up with John today for his 4 year old physical! He freaked out when the doctor came in — until he realized it was a shot free year. Good blood pressure, good vision test. He’s in the 52% for height, and 41% for weight.