Andrew

Spring Sports

This spring we had Olivia playing softball in the Sandy/Draper league – Calvin playing baseball in Little League- Everett and Andrew in Draper fishing club – And Roo playing soccer for the Draper league. We’ve spent a lot of evenings at the park.

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Andrew’s First Day of Preschool

On September 8th, Roo-Boo started preschool. He was sooooooooo sooooooooo soooooooo excited to go. He’s ready for a full fun year of learning and playing and having a little independence from home. I’m excited for him. I will miss him.

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Roo Boo’s Birthday Five!

Roo turned five. Saying that hurts my heart a little. He’s been the sweetest, most joyful four year old I have ever known. His good natured-ness has really been a boon to my heart, and he really is my little buddy. I don’t want him to grow up, but stay as that sweet four year…

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Mom Ears

The other night I woke up to the word “Mom” being whispered in the dark. I opened my eyes expecting to see a child standing before me at the side of the bed. But there was no child. Again, I heard the softest whisper “Mom” – almost like an exhale. This time I looked to…

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Cabin with Cousins

Heidi and Alea and Weston came up to the cabin to play one day. We played at the river, had a seriously yummy bbq and otherwise spent the day playing and relaxing. We even went down to the diner for lunch! Prince Brave of Awesome- While we were at the cabin with cousins, we went to the…

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The River

  An exciting thing has happened at the cabin this week – On Monday we were there, playing at the river by the entrance into our HOA. The river frontage is owned by the HOA, and people swim/play/bridge jump next to the bridge. But the old bridge (like from 40 years ago) was broken up…

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The Best Day of My Life

Today Andrew came happily bouncing into my room. “The day Nate was born was so fun. That was the best day of my life!” he told me. “Oh really? What about the day you were born?” “No, I love Nate more than the day I was born.” He gushed. He loves his little Nato-potato!

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