I’m back!

I know it’s been a little quiet around here…but that’s changing this week.

I’ve been gone on a business trip with my hubs and enjoyed some really nice, warm weather in Houston! We also spent a few days on either end of the trip in Missouri, dropping off our three older babies with my parents and picking them back up again.

April is always a really busy month for my family, but this year was busier than normal with our business trip thrown into the mix.

My oldest baby turned 7!! My, how the time flies. I can’t believe how big she has gotten.

My parents celebrated 39 years of marriage and my husband’s sister had a birthday on the same day; the next day was my birthday; the day after that was my father’s birthday! Combined, my father and I turned 101 years old and we had a funny party celebrating that milestone! It’s been a long time since I have had a party and even longer since my father has had one. We had a great time celebrating with my sister and her family, my grandparents, and my aunts, uncles, cousins, and their kids. I was touched that everyone was able to come together for an afternoon.

Anyhow, I have a full line up planned for this week. Check back for more posts later. In the meantime, enjoy these pictures!

The weather was supposed to be nice but wasn’t. I packed clothes for warm weather, not cold weather!!

Best bud cousins.

More great cousins.

That’s where the red hair came from! Love my sister!!
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Comments

  1. Wow, you have had a busy month. Our family has a May and December thing going. No weekends without something wonderful to celebrate.

    Welcome back!
  2. Happy 101st! I remember you and your dad celebrating this way when and I always loved it.
    P.S. You look great for your age! (The 37 years, not the 101!)

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