Monday, June 24, 2013
Liam checking out Jack as he goes down the slide.
Big boy - looking older than 15 months.
A quiet moment.
Every child received a firework parachute.
Little Miss Sunshine rockin' the pigtails!
Self-portrait - not the most flattering but it's the best I could do.
The kids had a great time and so did I!
Grandpa and Grandma - we were so excited!!
They also brought pretzels - we were pretty happy about that too.
Standing by...it was tough to play attention with such a big fan club in the stands. Jack was a little distracted during the game.
Jack's signature thumb up!
Maggie gave grandma a flower.
Monday, June 10, 2013
Maggie, the little momma, changing her baby's diaper.
We had a relatively quiet weekend. On Friday, we visited with Jack's former foster family and he stayed the night. Boy, we he excited! So much so, that he didn't want to come back home the next day. I told him I would have to go look for a different Jack. Boo hoo. Eventually, he came to his senses and realized that I would have a breakdown if he didn't stay my boy.
Liam's serious look. He must have been upset about something.
His usual happy look.
Let the love pile begin!
Who's on the bottom? Not the baby!
All four giving each other a squeeze! I think they love each other or something.
Pretty girl in pigtails!
Going for it again!
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Jack waves to his adoring fans.
Jack's aunt took some of these great photos which allowed me more time to chat with his birth mom and great grandma.
Pep talk from dad.
Matthew is all smiles here.
Even though the games/practices only run an hour, it's still a little tough for Matthew and Maggie to be content that long.
Thumbs up - Jack's signature greeting when fans call out his name.
Maggie - trying to outdo me with squats. She's way more flexible than me.
Another thumbs up!
"Hey batter, batter!"
Thankfully, and this is what I love about T-ball, good sportsmanship is the norm. Cheering for both teams is a good thing and the kids don't know the trash talk yet. So, no, Jack didn't really holler that.
"What do you think their chances are in a game when no one keeps scores?"
Liam hanging out with Jack's half-brother. Both boys were pretty proud of their Jack.
How do you spell twerp - L-I-A-M.
Jack with his half-brother.
This was how the conversation went down.
Jack: "That's my half-brother."
Coach: "Hello, half brother. What's your name?"
I'm so glad it takes a village!
Jack models his shirt and hat.
We're so proud of you big boy!
We're so proud of you big boy!
Monday, June 3, 2013
Liam and his pink cotton candy beard.
Jack being silly and blocking my future house.
Another attempt at taking a picture of my future (dream) house. Love it!
Jack's first day of summer school. He was so excited!
That's one step for Jack. One big step for the future of mankind.
I have a feeling that Jack is going to accomplish some awesome things in his life.
Jack's daycare person helps lead the way to school.
Fearless, I think.Although Jack couldn't remember what they did, he asked me how long he could go to school, so, I think all in all he had an awesome first day.