At the starting line. Parker is right in the middle -- the man in black.
Over the weekend, Mallory had rehearsals for her ballet and jazz recitals, as well as the performance for jazz.
And finally, here's a shot of me with my four wonderful children on Mother's Day. I am so blessed to have such great kids. I love them all so much.
Alex's 2nd grade teacher had them answer some questions about their moms. Some of his responses made me laugh out loud.
Why are there mothers? "So you won't get hungry when your dad's gone."
Why do you think you got your mother instead of another mother? "Because I'm perfect for her."
What does your mother keep saying? "Do the dishes."
What is the most important thing in your mother's life? "Taking pictures."
What do you think your mother will be like in 10 years? "She'll be 10 years older."
Tell about a time when you were proud of your mother. "When she smashes spiders."
What is the most important thing your mother has taught you? "How to make toast."
So, if any of you need to know how to make toast, just ask!:)