This was a crazy May, I was so glad we weren't moving like last year, I might not of made it through.
Macey had her Scera Showcase.
It was so fun to have friends in other classes to watch too.
Lots of volunteer hours at the kids school.
There has been so much rain this spring and it's been fun getting to enjoy these green mountains for a little bit.
He had his first trip to the canyon for a bbq.
First experience with farm life at Wheeler Farms.
And he had his first surgery.
Plus, a million photo shoots where he showed off his adorableness.
Any day that was not rainy, we were out enjoying the sunshine.
And you really can never beat warm evenings in the neighborhood.
We hit the neighborhood jackpot once again. I hope these kids realize how lucky they are.
Sunshine also meant we could do some yard work. I have never seen a kid so excited to clean out window wells.
I had an exciting day at the dentist with 3 kids in 3 different rooms getting 3 different cavities filled. Ruby was a dream though and was stroking her hygienists face and telling her how pretty she was, so i spent my time running between the boys rooms and keeping them from punching the dentist.
Miles earned his long anticipated late night with 3 of his best friends.
Rainy days though are a great excuse to head up to the aquarium.
Macey and I got to take a tour of the MTC with some of the girls in our ward, it was way cooler than I thought it be.
In house news I got my built ins started and my front door finally installed.
Then I had to patiently wait for them to get stained and painted.
The biggest event of the month though was Crew having surgery to get the rods out of his during the last week of school.
I cannot even believe how easy this surgery was compared to the first.
I was worried I'd have to go back to the recovery area after surgery like I did last time, but nope. They wheeled him back into the room wide awake and telling jokes to his nurse.
They even arranged all his special toys around him. And he happily drank an unlimited supply of slushies instead of yelling at the nurses that they were trying to kill him like last time. :)
Showing off his lava rock a friend gave him at school.
And we learned a few days later he really is allergic to iodine. But, the rash was much more manageable not being under a cast for over a month.
phew. Still to come in May Ruby's birthday and the last day of school.