Life-February 2016

There are already a lot of posts this month, but I just can’t resist these random little pictures that show our life.

[…]

Sebastian Goes Bowling

For the first time this last January our church decided to host an event as a thank you to all the volunteers. The event? A night of free video games and free bowling at a place called Nickel City. Well, we have never done Nickel City with the kids before and, as you can imagine, […]

Kid Table

I read the other day that August is at the age where he wants to feel like a big kid (This is for sure true. I can see it in everything he does.) The article went on to say that one of the things that your little 21 month old might really enjoy is to […]

Scooter

Sebastian got a scooter for Christmas this year. He didn’t ask for it….we just had a feeling he would love it.

He didn’t touch it for a whole month and we feared we were wrong. Then one day he went for it.

Now it is every day. And he is rocking it.

[…]

Homework at the Park

This week has been an 80 degree week in February. Unusually beautiful.

It seemed like a good week to go out to ice cream. Our ice cream date led to a park outing….which is fine by me because most days it seems I have to beg the kids to go outside.

When we […]

New Chick Plus August

Someone got to hang with a new chick today for the first time.

New Chicks

Daniel took the 3 kids on a little surprise date this morning….and let me sleep in. (It was awesome.)

 

When I woke up, I woke up to a chirpy little surprise. Spring on the horizon means new chicks in the Sundin house again.

Meet the new girls: peach, stormy, castaway, lightning, […]

Fire Fighter

Someone found his older brother’s fireman costume.

Daddy’s Retreat Weekend

Once a year Daniel and all of the guy friends from our old church (our old “young married’s bible study class”) get together to do a retreat weekend. It is a great time to reconnect, talk about God, and of course get in some game time without kids.

I have been really […]

Sardines

The day we taught the kids the game “sardines”