Tuesday, September 15, 2009

First week of Mothers Day Out

Last week, the kids started Mother's Day Out at Temple. Landon is going 3 times a week while Kennedy is going two days. I have to say that I thought it would be a wonderful week, but both kids were so exhausted each day which made them pretty cranky. And then they both started running fever Thursday night and on through the weekend. I never took them in to see the doc because I just assumed that it was a virus they caught from school. Well, I finally took Kennedy in on Monday because she got worse Monday morning after having a much better day on Sunday. It turns out that she had a ear infection. Not sure what Landon had (or has), but if it's anything, we will find out in the morning we I take both of them in for their annual checkups!

Lance is away on business in Atlanta until tomorrow and I am sure it is a good break from the cranky kids we had this weekend! I will be ready to see him again tomorrow night.

Not much else is going on except getting ready for the upcoming birthdays. Here are some pictures from last week....
First day of MDO

Taking a few pics outside our house


This picture is for Suzanne!!! ;) It was taken Friday right before we got pictures for our church directory. They had just fallen asleep and woke up C-R-A-N-K-Y!! Tired and sick was NOT a good combo for a family portrait!! Needless to say, we really didn't get a good picture but I am not about to reschedule for more!

4 comments:

Kat @ measuring my life in l-o-v-e said...

Hope both are feeling better soon! Love the pics - they are adorable!

The Tylers said...

Look at those SWEET babies sleeping! Hopefully you'll get some good directory pics soon!! And oh how we know the whoas of daddy being gone. And Happy Birthday to Kennedy today!!

Hannah Lee said...

I had a blast last night hanging with you. Oh yeah, I am pretty sure Jackson did too! See you Saturday!

Jenn said...

awwww what a sweet sleeping picture! I also really love the outside ones. I hope they're both feeling better now.