I have also been busy making this for my friend MaryBeth. She is pregnant with her first child. They don't know the sex of the baby yet, so I wanted the quilt to go with either a boy or girl. But I didn't want green or yellow, so I picked orange. Please believe me that the orange wsn't so eye piercing in real life! I was hoping it would look unisex but Madison thinks it is to girly. Maybe the hearts and flowers made it more feminine.
And we are back full swing into soccer. John is some district manager of coordination or some other title in the soccer league. It basically involves a lot of phone calls, meetings, and upset parents. And between my 3 children in soccer, we have four different teams. Madison is now playing on two soccer teams because her mother did not have enough games to take up each Saturday. I also drive them to 5 different practices each week. But all is good because they love it.
It was suprisingly cold at one of the games. I wasn't prepared for it because I've never experienced that cold of a day during April in Houston. So, I bundled up Devin the best I could! He's a trooper and never cries. Seriously, never! Except yesterday when John was cheering Madison during the game and he yelled so loud it scared the poor little guy. And sadly, I don't have a current picture of Cameron playing soccer, so that will have to come later.
I understand this blog entry was pretty boring for everyone. I could have written about my evening at the cannery, or my dog's allergies, or my recent obssession with the Discovery Health channel, but that will have to wait.
And as Madison would say, "Take care peeps!"