Monday, March 18, 2013
So happy before the haircut! Bye Bye crazy hair!
Poor Beckett! He hated getting his haircut! We tried everything....lollipops, animal crackers. He was not having it! Luckily there wasn't that much to cut!
Silly boys! I was upstairs making the beds and when I came downstairs, this is what I saw. When I asked Jackson what they were doing, he said "Playing Underwear Knights!"
Who turned out the lights?
Too funny! I am definately keeping this one for his wedding!!
My sweet toddler! Ever since Beckett got his haircut, he looks more like a little toddler and less like a baby. This year has flown by and I am just trying to hold onto to every moment with these two precious boys!!
Friday, March 8, 2013
My little slugger!
After his first practice, we headed to Panera to celebrate. Jackson couldn't wait to put on his uniform! Not only does his shirt have his name on it, but so does his hat! He is Nesmith 10!!
In the dugout after scoring!
Best buds! These 2 boys are like 2 peas in a pod! I actually had to take both boys to work one day with me and I was a little nervous how they were going to behave. I cannot tell you how proud I was of my sweet Jackson! He played leggos for 4 hours and kept his brother entertained the entire time! Whenever I would hear Beckett start to fuss, Jackson would get him a new toy or feed him a snack. I was so proud and impressed by him!!
Love these two! As far as the housing situation, we have had several showings and even had a couple come back yesterday for a second look. Keep your fingers crossed that it sells quickly because keeping a house clean and ready to show at a moments notice is not easy with 2 kids and a massive dog! On another note, Jackson had his pre-K interview at Walker last week. He went the first day for a one-on-one interview with a teacher and I was a little nervous he was going to be shy and not talk. When the teacher came, she asked his name and he told her right away. She then asked if he would come with her and he took her hand right away. As they were leaving, I heard her ask him where he goes to school. Jackson said, "Well, actually, I am in the 3s. But next year this will be my new school." I hope he wasn't to presumptuous :) The second day was an hour observation with a bunch of other kids. I knew this wouldn't be a problem for him because he tends to make friends easily. Sure enough, he met a buddy and they played together the entire time. The only feedback the teachers said was that he did great, so I guess we will find out in April!