Nevertheless here you go. My mundane life in Pictures from May.
I bought a new pair of shoes for weight lifting. Nike Free and they were just $30. Want to know why? Because they are YOUTH size. Did you know a youth 6 is a women's 7.5? I did!
I got George to hold a baby. I thought he would have lost his touch, but he was a natural. I guess men don't lose it either. We all know I still have the touch.
I decided I should start wearing more dresses. My friend told me they're more comfortable than jeans and you look so much nicer.
Ella presented her "Wal-Bug" (a Walmart bug) at her QUEST show. FYI the Wal-Bug's enemy? Why the Tar-bug of course (Target bug). Where does she come up with this stuff? Too cute!
Ella's art work, a self-portrait, that I really loved.
I relapsed and decided jeans are where it's at!
Restaurants actually served ketchup that isn't Heinz! Blasphemy!!!
I discovered I have a sweaty band addiction.
I learned to cook enchiladas from "master chef" Karla. Authentic mexican = OMG delicious.
Jack earned his second soccer trophy. He was BY FAR the best player on his team and I'm not just saying that because I'm his mother. I think only 2 other people ever scored a goal. Ha!
Nicholas performed in his class puppet show, puppeteering the eagle. He was SO nervous to step out on stage and bow. He's much better being the man behind the curtain.
Ella lost her first tooth. She let me pull (push actually) it out. She wanted it out so badly and she was very brave because that baby was barely loose.
Jack chooses creative outfits, but he's happy!
I started back to spinning as part of my marathon training.
Nicholas acted as Babe Ruth in a Wax Museum performance at school. Once again, he was BEYOND nervous, but incredibly cute.
I started practicing for the Moms vs. Sons baseball game that will happen next month. Beware! That's all I'm saying 'bout that.
Ella galloped (and I mean galloped) on a horse (or is that a pony?).
I made the best decision of my life and stopped for a donut as mid-run fuel. Tradition ladies? I think it should be!
Ella rode in her first convertible. It's hard being so beautiful, but all these gals got it covered!
Jack's outfits (which are actually all pajamas) are continually questionable.
Memorial Day family bike ride = time well spent.
I finally got to see Ella's artwork that was entered into the art show. I don't think she'll ever forgive me for being in Pittsburgh during its showcase. Isn't it awesome?
Well there you have it folks. My May in pictures. This is a better reflection of what I think is "important" in my everyday life. haha I hope you've enjoyed my sharing.
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