Well, not just baseball. Track, too! Landon is going to be one busy boy again this Spring. I can't wait to watch him play. Our shirts have been ordered and we're all ready! Strangely, he has an all new team. I have never seen these kids before. A few tower over Landon, and one is as skinny as a pole. At least I feel better knowing that my tween isn't the skinniest on the team. In time's past, Landon has always been the tall, skinny kid on the team, so it's a nice switch. Landon is in the majors for the first time this year. He's one of the big boys now. Ha! He seems to be in good spirits about starting a new season and I hope it lasts. The kid hates it when things go wrong in a game. HATES it! Here's hoping for a great season!
You can see that Liam is really being supportive of his big brother here. Ha ha! He is all about the phones and tablets, but truthfully, he needs them to keep him calm(er).
Mid 70's weather = getting comfy without the shoes.
It's not very spring-ish here yet, still a little cool, but the kids don't seem to mind. Two days into spring, I wasn't going to expect much with the weather after having a crazy/fickle winter. Most of the kids in the neighborhood landed in our back yard. Landon and Liam were in Heaven. I managed to get a couple of group shots, which was their idea. They love it when I get the camera out! Everyone had fun playing outside the first weekend of their Spring Break.
If you've seen our walk-in closet, which more than likely you haven't, you would know that it was in desperate need of a change. It's 8x6 of blah. We have plenty of clothes. In fact, at one point I was putting my spring and summer clothes in the boys' closet and then switched them to the spare bedroom closet at a later time. I was tired of having clothes in every part of the house that didn't belong. So, we got the idea one day that we were going to find a way to combine summer/spring and winter/fall clothes all in one closet, including a place for our shoes...or, maybe I should say my shoes. As we were in the process of putting up shelves, I kept noticing the scuff marks on the walls from the shoes that were almost always on the floor, thanks to our adventurous toddler, who thought it would be fun to break our shoe holders by standing and sitting on them. I told my husband that it was time to paint. We both cringed, because long ago, after another painting project we did, I looked at him and said, "I am never painting again." And here we were getting ready for another round. We were beyond exhausted. Never say never, right? We didn't do anything elaborate. All we did is add another row of shelving and added corner shelving for a smoother flow. The other ones just butted up against each other (in an L shape). Aaron just had a small section at the bottom on his side that he hardly ever used, and the clothes on top just hung over it. Now we have one up high, with corner shelving, one down low, with corner shelving, and the shoe rack on the other side. Now we have enough space in-between the two rows of clothes for folded clothes, sheets, etc. SO much better! It's still not finished. I have to purchase two more shelves for the shoe rack and we need to move our old TV out that we have stored. It's been nice. This is what we have done so far...
Liam helping. Not sure what he was doing here. We were taking down the old shelving, which was positioned about mid way on the wall.
I am a mom to two spunky little boys and a wife to a wonderful husband. When I retire my camera for the day you can bet I will be spending quality time with my family. Family is everything to us, and capturing those special moments to remember is a very important part of life.