Happy Monday, Friends!!!
This weekend was pretty normal with a little bit of crazy weather and a lot of time outside thrown in.
Saturday morning I took Griffin to dance, we ran through Trader Joes and then we had to run by the mall to make a couple of returns and Nordstrom was speaking her love language... crafts and snacks!
While we were there I picked up a pair of Birkenstocks and even though I've had them less than 48 hours I'm already in love! I wear flip flops A TON and was looking for something with a little more support and a little less "flop" for running around with my kids and such and these fit the bill. They were immediately comfortable and have already formed to my feet. I see A LOT of wear in my future!
In case you're considering a pair i typically wear a 6.5 or a 7 and got these in a size 37 and they're perfect. I originally ordered a 38 but when I tried them on they were WAY too big.
After our errands we joined the boys at home for lunch and some cleaning. I feel like we're FINALLY caught up on #allthelaundry after our Spring Break from you know where and every surface in our house has been Lysoled and every sheet and pillow has been washed. Amen. ;)
When your mom is changing your sheets and you have the perfect stage...
Later in the afternoon Mason had his very first t-ball game!
I think that a baseball uniform is the cutest of all the uniform options. Those pants!!!
Showing me his muscles!
Mason is such a good little athlete. He's focused and coordinated and LOVES to compete.
Look at him go!
A little sliding after the game...
.... we ran some errands...
... and then home for tacos!
Sunday morning sillies :)
And then we spent about 4 hours outside raking and cleaning up pollen (OMG!!! Texas friends - the pollen is OUT OF CONTROL this year, am I right????) The kids help, but eventually all end up in the water.
And this is how we all felt after dinner :)
I spent the evening listening to Narci share her testimony...
... and made it home just in time for the CRAZIEST storm! I walked in the door just as hail was coming down. Then the tornado sirens started going off so we hauled the kids out of bed and got everyone situated in the closet under the stairs. We sat in there for about 6-7 minutes while it literally sounded like our roof was about to come down. I've never heard anything like it. The sirens stopped, we tucked the kids back in and then we went outside to survey the damage...
Golf ball size and bigger hail balls were COVERING our yard. Dave's windshield has half a dozen cracks in it and I'm not sure there's a scenario in which we don't need a new roof. It was crazy.
We're just thankful that everybody is safe and that all of our windows appear to be unscathed.
This week we have a full calendar but are most excited to be kicking off "birthday month" when Luke turns NINE on Saturday! NINE, y'all!!!
Tomorrow is Show and Tell Tuesday and we're going to share our "Top 5 Pictures" (or top 10 if you have a hard time narrowing it down).
Happy Monday, Friends!!!
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