Happy Summer! It's been a whirlwind so far, but here are some highlights.
Josiah was in swimming lessons for the months of April and May, and he is getting a lot better! He is a lot more willing to put his head in the water, and is gaining confidence. We took June off because we had too much going on, but will take him back for another month in July.
5/3 - Josiah's school silent auction and play - all of the preschoolers wore pajamas and sang "God is bigger than the boogie man".
5/18 - went on a fun camping trip with friends from Josiah's preschool class at a Yogi bear campground:
6/1 - Josiah went to a day camp with our church. I was one of the helpers. The kids were great and had a blast. Josiah said he's ready for the week long version!
6/8 through 6/15 - took a vacation to Branson with my side of the family.
6/20 - this is Josiah's team after their last t-ball game.
In addition to all of this stuff, I have been sick 3 or 4 different times (I have lost count). I am ready to be healthy for a really long time! Our garden is also keeping us busy - we now have planted: garlic, potatoes, eggplant, strawberries, broccoli, cauliflower, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, carrots, and tomatoes. We are getting 9 or 10 strawberries a day, and they are yummy! We've also gotten a handful of potatoes so far, with a lot more on the way. A quote I read recently said "growing your own food is like printing your own money". In that case we are loaded! :)
We have one more pregnant heifer that could calve any day - praying for another safe delivery!