Saturday, April 30, 2022

{April Snapshots: Take 4}


Pool is OPEN! Still a bit chilly for most but these kids loved it! 






This young man turned 18!!! This was him leaving to go take his last high school exam on his birthday. A bit much for this mama! 




Also on Wyatt's birthday- at the ballpark, of course! 


Bear has spent some more time on the river catching catfish with Mr. Ernie.  Lots of fresh fish to eat! 


Cuddling my Dub!  She's the sweetest little bookend! 





Friday, April 29, 2022

{April Snapshots: Take 3}


Family Easter Photo at church! 


The girls and Grandaddy






Went on a date with just my boys to see Cory Asbury.  It was fantastic!  Pure worship! 




Mr. Ernie taught the kids a little science lesson and brought over a rat snake that he got out of the chicken coop.  







{April Snapshots: Take 2}


Finally got a new piece of furniture to hold the tv and games that the boys use.  It was so fun watching them work together to build it. 




Puppy is growing! 






Lots of chicken love! 






Dubbie is getting stronger at her gymnastics and Bear talked me into a cross in his hair for Easter. 



{April Snapshots: Take 1}


Lots of baseball...for both boys!  This time we got a family rivalry and played my daddy's brother's grandsons from the upstate.  (Essentially, my cousin's sons. So fun!)






My daddy, Jackson, Wyatt, Chansen & Uncle Eddie




Senior banners were hung! 






Bear played an April Fool's Day joke on his drum instructor, Mr. Jason!  Put red food dye all over his hand and wrapped it up.  It was funny! 


And mom did lots of feeding of Bubba's baseball team! Whew! 

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

{Chapin Varsity Senior Night}


Wyatt had a huge turnout of support to see his last regular season home game and senior night!  His youth pastor, Nic...


and Pappy...

...and all of us, of course! 


The seniors!  Most of these boys have played together from the beginning 6 years ago (and a few Wyatt has played with for nearly 10 years). 


Our crew with our senior! 


I attempted to throw the "last pitch" to my senior.  All the boys had signed baseballs to their families- so sweet! 


Grandaddy and Mimi made it out too! 


And a few of my biggest doing his thing on the mound...