Sunday, July 10, 2011

Gone, gone and Gone

Yikes, it's been way to long since I posted! Please forgive me. It is summer after all and that means craziness for our family! We were in Boston for a week at the end of June, came home for a week and then spent the next week in Door County, WI. The boys are crazy due to no scheduled, I am tired of living out of a suitcase and Josh has had enough of sleeping on strange beds. At last we are home!! Thank God! Now to catch you up on all thats been going on the last few weeks.

Malachi won a Ipad from A4cwsn.
Elijah is cruising along furniture and will be fitted for SMO's soon.
Josh got hired back. Praise God.
My car broke down while we were 5 hours away from home but it was fixed in 3 days for only $160.
The boys LOVE the sand, I however do not.
Malachi aged out of Early Intervention and we said good bye to all his therapists. It was a sad week.
Elijah started signing milk and more.
Josh, Malachi and I all celebrated birthdays.
My yard is still full of weeds, leaving us looking like the trash of the neighborhood.
Our pool is still green, I hope we get to swim in it this summer but i am not holding my breath.
Our flight home from Boston was canceled but they did book another flight which took us to Miami and then      home to Chicago. 6 hours on the plane, how nice of them!
The boys were on the news...yet again.
Malachi played at the park with little assistance from us.
Elijah still eats everything in his path and has started to gain some weight!
I've been crocheting and have created some really cool things. Esty is in my future!
I have so much laundry in my laundry room that I can't even shut the door.
Last but not least...every single one o Eli's medical bills has been paid!

That is all for now. I promise the next post will be soon!


Cammie Heflin said...

Sounds like you need a vacation from vacationing! Take care girl!

Smilen Champ said...

My name is Jenna and i came across your blog. Your boys are amazing, cute and adoreble boy. Your boys are smilen and inspirational hero's. I was born with a rare life threatening disease, and I love it when people sign my guestbook. I also have developmental delays.