I shipped the two older ones off to mom's house for the week for their spring break and thought I'd take the time to declutter and dedustbunny the house. I started in Hannah's room. So far, so good. The boy's room, I keep avoiding. You know, because they're grub worms. But I know when it's finished I will be so happy and so will they. And just a thought here... is it too much to ask my youngest to put dirty clothes in the hamper and not back in his drawers? I'm sure my child is the ONLY one that does this. Right? LOL Ohhh, gotta love boys. All joking aside, I'm enjoying the quiet cleaning time. It's been nice.
Last week was a big week. Wednesday was Harry's birthday. He started the celebration Tuesday night when his brother and sister camped out with him on the trampoline. Which was a big deal, let me tell ya. It was a rather chilly night, but they all seemed to survive.
Since Bruce works second shift, I decided to have the grandmothers over for lunch, Wednesday, and we were able to celebrate as a family.
Harrison likes the game Angry Birds. So I decided this would be a fun cake for him and I was right. He loved it. I did too, actually. I have a thing for Angry Birds also, in case you didn't know. I kept the pieces from the cake and I'll make my own Angry Bird cake when my birthday rolls around. You think I'm kidding, don't you? :)Hannah loves to make things for Harry's patch class. She's such a good sissy.
After church that night, he went home with my mom and spent the weekend with her, while Bruce and I headed to Murfreesboro, Tennessee with our youth group. Of course, Hannah was with us, and we were blessed to know that Justin was able to get off work and attend the meetings there with us as a sponsor. I have a lot to tell about our trip and I'll share that soon. I haven't downloaded my pictures from the trip yet and I have a ton of things going on with spring cleaning. So I'll get to it when I take another break sometime this week.
I love my boy, Harry. He has a great sense of humor and keeps us in stitches most of the time. He had a rough start to life, but seems to have taken a good hold of it now. He's taller than his mama, and I'm pretty sure by the end of summer he might be as tall as his brother. Wouldn't surprise me one bit. I no longer purchase clothes or shoes from the children's department. This is kind of a bitter sweet thought. I've always enjoyed my babies growing up. And I'm proud of all three of them. I just wish they could stay little for a little while longer.