Thursday, June 03, 2010

Oh these CraZY, cRAzY times!

Wow these last week or two have been awesomely hectic!
 Name an emotion and I bet I've felt it: happy, sad, angry, joy, fear. AWE.
And so much more!
 First, there was Brittni's graduation.
 Last we heard she was ranked #87 out of almost 800!

Warren Central's Graduating Class of 2010!

And here she is!

My baby!

Then we had her graduation party 2 days later (can you say BUSY?)

Britt, Matt, itty bitty Kaylee, and some of Britt's friends

Brittni & her best friend Courtney!
Love 'em!

Then once that was over, I had to get ready to ship Matt off to Basic Training!
Of course, I was so upset that I wasn't going to see my baby for 10weeks, that I did not take any pictures. Sigh. Bad Mama! And I forgot to borrow Britt's camera. For some reason, when I take pictures with my camera, they are all squiggly. So I am going to have to buy a new one. And soon!
But. I do have a picture that Matt took last night, his first night at Basic Training:

His first Army made bed! LOL!

I have several blog tours coming up, along with a couple of contests and hopefully,
 I have a month or so before I have to get busy with Britt, getting ready to go to College!
Thanks for your patience while I'm living my hectic, wonderful life!


Cecile said...

Awwww she is adorable!!
I do not ever remember an instruction sheet coming with our kids saying anything about anything after the terrible twos,lmbo!!!

Oh but I would not trade any of it for the world!!!
Hugs to you honey!!! Your babies are growing up into wonderful adults!

Kathleen O said...

They grow up so fast. I have many nieces and nephews and I have and are watching them graduate Univercity, get thier first major job or graduate High School, have babies, get their drivers licences and other milestones in their lives. And say to myself, where does the time go, they were all just babies yesterday...
But I am oh so proud of each and everyone of them. sigh......

DCMetroreader said...

Your family has hit some big milestones -- congrats (but sorry about not seeing your son for awhile)!

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