April Happy Moments

Here are some more happy moments I want to remember from April:

Two awesome books I’ve been reading this month. Especially that second one-it is one of the best books I’ve ever read, hands down.

Sweet little turtle Jake spotted in our driveway.

I took all the slipcovers off the couch one day to wash them, and pulled the couch out to vacuum around it….and this is only a PORTION of what I found in, under, and around the couch, LOL. There is a definitely a little boy who lives here.

I’ve been clear coating some furniture for Mama Judy’s new house. Clear coating is very satisfying to me.

We celebrated Nana’s birthday!

And Everett’s, and Wyatt’s, and Andy’s. 🙂 Lots of April birthdays around here!

Jack has driven the lawn mower plenty, but never actually mowed. One day he was driving it around the yard, and Jake decided to turn on the blades for him. He was so proud of his work!

These kiddos had a blast at field day at their school!

We hosted our community group for dinner on Saturday night. All the little kids had such a blast playing in the tree house, and it was a beautiful night for a fire.

Saturday night Josie had a youth group bonfire to go to (while we hosted our community group at our house). Hannah went with her, and then came back to our house to spend the night. They were so excited to be able to go to a youth group gathering again, and they had a blast. They also came home STARVING apparently, and fixed themselves a junk food feast, LOL. Josie is growing like a WEED these days and is always, always, hungry.

Sunday we had a belated Easter dinner at Mama Judy’s, and we of course had to do our yearly epic egg hunt. Hannah got to join in on the fun, too this year. The kids had a blast. 🙂

Love this girl. Even when her raging middle school hormones are, well, raging. Love her to PIECES.

This April certainly looks different from last April, and for that I am so, so grateful. I am so grateful for the Covid vaccine making it safe to finally see family in groups and have small gatherings with our church family. What a relief!

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