We have had a busy couple of weeks. Hunter's ball team played in a tournament and they made it all the way to the last game and WON the championship! We also had two birthday parties,a trip to the water park and family time at the river. We had a blast doing it all! Ball is over and I'm ready to start our summer, we are ready to be at the beach next month also! I love the memories being made with my family!
Iam beyond blessed to be a mom to two wonderful children. They have taught me what true love is. I don't need an award or any special gift to tell me how much they love me, just their smiling faces do that. I love them more than words can express. I hope all of you moms have had a great day! Happy Mothers Day!
Hunter's first season of baseball is coming to an end and he has really become quite the ball player. He is on the 5/6 year old coach pitch Yankees. When he first decided he wanted to play ball we weren't really sure how it would go, he catches on really quick to things so we signed him up. Im not just saying this because Im his mom but he is pretty good for his first year and even his coach has noticed,he listens well and tries really hard. His position is center field and he hasn't missed a ball that has come his way. All of the boys and girl on his team are really great kids,they have good sportsmanship and always congratulate each other,their coach has had a big part in that also, he is very positive with them and always tells them how proud he is. I think its important to have coaches and leaders like that. We are really pleased with how the season turned out and I know Hunter can't wait for next year! GO YANKEES!
I have been a mom for 6 1/2 years and some would think that after that long and two kids later you would have it perfected...WRONG! I have "those" days when I think "Iam totally not doing this mom thing right." I try to keep calm and say a prayer that everything will get better and both of my children will behave like angels. Today for example, Harper is 2 and WANTS things HER way, I pull up at Walmart and get the kids unloaded and Harper asks if she can walk instead of me carry her,so I say "yes but you have to hold my hand" well she doesn't want to hold my hand and starts to run away,I grab her up and say "ok that was your chance you have to ride in the cart now" she then throws herself to the ground and I pick her up kicking and screaming,pop her leg and put her in the cart. She continues to scream until we get inside the store. The whole time I know people are thinking "please shut your kid up" Iam embarrassed and ready to drop everything and just go home. Well... I don't and just carry on,she calms down and we get our groceries and head home. This is not the first time something like this has happened and I KNOW it wont be the last,but I just have to remember that its one of "those"days and this too shall pass. Motherhood is a hard challenge and if you say its easy,PLEASE give me your secret! I love my kids and one day I will look back and laugh at "those" days.