Isaiah 40: 11

"He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to
his heart; he gently leads those that have young."
Isaiah 40:11

Friday, June 11, 2010

May Recap....and a little bit of June

So, it looks as though my blog posts are beginning to be monthly installments.
Busy times.
Gideon is playing a little coach-pitch and LOVING it.
This was taken by one of the kids on Mother's Day. They went with Daddy and picked me out a beautiful green dress. You can at least see the color in the photo.
I also had a birthday the next day photos.

We enrolled the boys in Taekwondo.
Somewhere in the middle of May I had a dreadful oral surgery. I am feeling better now but am VERY glad that it is over. No....I didn't take pictures of that either.

Then Zeke turned 3! This is his new smiling face. Yes those are store bought cupcakes. We came from a Memorial Day Picnic. Happy Birthday Big guy!

All of our little riding toys are in pretty sad shape so we got him a new tricycle.
Eli assembled it. I think I'll keep him!
Gideon was the only Dawson feeling prepared enough for a piano recital after our year in Japan. He did a grand job. Our thanks to the lovely lady sitting behind him!
The yearly duck parade in U.P.
Look. Proof that the sun was out.
Gideon had a ball game that day too. After that the kids decided to wash the Burb.
They attacked it with gusto!
Moriah was very interested in doing something special too. So, we found a little ballet class. So sweet.
Joseph brings me a new lego creation every day. He is pretty creative. He is also learning to read and so far is LOVING it.
The big boys had a test last night for a belt promotion. They both did fantastic. Eli especially. Seems to have found his niche.

All for now. Almost done with homeschool for the year. Hurrah!

P.S. Today marks 11 years of marriage for Kent and I. God is Good!


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