Friday, March 23, 2012

Spring Break

Finally a quiet minute to think!! The kids are on Spring Break this week. There have not been very many quiet minutes around our house as you can imagine. The weather is absolutely glorious and the kids have been spending a lot of time outside. But, that doesn't mean that someone is not running in to tattle or inform me that so and so got 'super hurt' out there. This year did not hold many special plans for Spring Break for us. On Monday we met up with some friends for ice skating.
Other than that, we were all ready for a little down time. The mornings of rushing around are on pause for a week, and I am loving it! The only things on the calender this week are therapy and soccer! That makes for a happy mama! My sister-in-law even asked if she could take 'some' of the kids for the weekend! How much more could I ask for? Well, I guess a little sand between my toes wouldn't be so bad:)) I was explaining to my mom the other day that I feel like we have finally found 'normal' again. We have had so many major life changes within the past few years that it really took time to get back in a groove. Our family grew from two kids to six kids within 14 months. Life has been CRAZY to say the least.


  1. Yay Juliana, good to see you are still having fun. Your story has changed my life and made me a better father. I hope the best for you and your family. Tami and Thom, you truly are my inspiration as a parent to love and care for my children the way you do.

  2. Juliana's story is an inspiration. She seems to have so much love. It brings tears of happiness to my eyes to hear about her story.

  3. It is good to see you are continuing posts. I had been occasionally checking out your former web site since I saw the TV documentary. Everytime I viewed the site, I wanted to write something. But I could never think of anything creative to write. I'm glad Juliana is well and your family life is returning to normal. :-) The ice skating looks fun by the way... I haven't done that since last winter. Take care!

    -Greg from Pennsylvania