Pokemon cards are in high request over at our local Dollar Store. So, whenever I happen to be there, they’re all gone. But, Mama and Mila (Kid #3 Age 11) went to the Dollar Store. And. Lo and behold. They had Pokemon Cards. Be excited, because I can assure you, good came from this. Read on.
Well, we wouldn’t be properly celebrating the Tulip Festival if we didn’t go look at the tulips, now would we? Say hello to the tulip fields!
We played at the Tulip Festival Street Fair!
Me and the kids played ukulele at the Street Fair. Me and Mila (Age 11 Kid #3) played alot of our songs, and every once in a while we’d have Storm (Age 8 Kid #4) and Ha’ani (Age 6 Kid #5) play their songs. Mama got a picture!
Well, the time has finally arrived. The inevitable time that comes every few months. My Mom has taken me for a haircut. I made sure to take both a before picture, and an after picture, so you can all see the difference.
In my last ready post, I said we went home, then got ready to go out and celebrate something. I promised an answer, and I will give you that answer. But first, you need to know something.
My older brother Judah has a brain tumor.
He’s had it from around 6 years old, and now he’s 20. And for the first time in years, (Here’s the answer part) he hasn’t had a seizure in a whole month!
To celebrate this, we invited some friends (Who will remain anonymous) to go to the International House Of Pancakes! (IHOP)
So, we went on a vacation. It wasn’t a “We flew to Hawaii” kind of vacation mind you. It was more of a “We have 7 kids” kind of vacation. We loaded up the trailer, and stayed at Dad’s work. It was pretty fun, and I decided to blog about it!
Let’s start with photo number one.
Ah, the majestic sunrise as seen from a phone being held by a Blogger who’s up too early in the morning to realize that he should take more than one picture. As an added bonus, the phone was being held above about 4 of my sibling’s heads! Yay!