Saturday will be a busy day of Prom preparations for my Madison. She is going to her first prom with one of her very best friends, Jeffrey. Jeffrey is also her very first friend...she met him when we moved into our old house and they have been friends ever since. He is a senior, and Madison was thrilled he asked her to go to his prom with him. She has a beautiful dress, and is doing her own hair and make up. She is awesome at that and I am sooo glad she likes to do it herself. After pictures here, they are off to Mass and dinner before the Prom. We are planning on Mass ourselves then home for Barbecue beef sandwiches and cheesy fries for dinner.
Sunday... Mother's Day! I plan on being surprised with breakfast in bed...hopefully a turnover and a cup of coffee and lots of homemade cards and gifts from my littles. Sunday afternoon we have a soccer game. Hopefully the rain will hold off until that is over...then I am thinking pizza and wings for dinner before Marian heads out. I am secretly hoping for one of Madison's Dairy Queen cakes too! Hint to my hubby if you're reading this. ; )
Well that is what we have planned for this busy spring weekend. I hope yours is happy and sunny and full of love, whatever your plans may be. And to all my sweet bloggy friends out there who are mothers or grandmothers or Godmothers or mothers at heart...Happy Mother's Day to you!
"It will be gone before you know it. The fingerprints on the wall appear higher and higher. Then suddenly they disappear."
Ahhh...bath, blankie, milk, and Max and Ruby...Life is good.
Ever wonder what Heaven smells like?
Every few days, I like to make this up for breakfast and after school snacks.
Two of my three little ladies...
A sweet little guy brought this home for me!
Our soccer star!
He's pretty tight with the coach...and this was before the 3-0 loss on Sunday...
Peyton all set for the earlier than usual field trip day...
One of the many blessings of having kids far apart in age...
watching them love each other and help with the important things in life...
like learning to pedal a bike! Which, by the way, was Madison's first bike too!
Time to go in? Already? Really?