Post Thanksgiving weekend

November 30, 2007 — Leave a comment

That Friday night we didn’t do a whole lot. We just prepared got more stuff out to decorate for Christmas and I was still recovering from the lack of sleep I had.

Saturday we headed up to Toledo to visit with my family. We all gathered at my Aunt Shell’s house and had lunch together. It was a really great time. The kids ended up taking naps on Chris at seperate times during the day while watching football. We all got to chat about Christmas as to what we are bringing and when we were baking cookies. I am not sure if we will be able to make it to bake cookies. It will depend on what is going on with Ephriam’s therapies and our money sitution but we are hoping that it will work out for us. We then took the trip back so that we could get up Sunday Morning to go to church.

 Church seemed like a whole new experience for us. We are used to Saturday night and being able to sit with people around us but on Sunday morning there were very few seats that were empty. We didn’t like that so many people came late durning worship. It seemed like we would just be getting into it an someone else would need the seats that were past us not that it was bad but just threw my worship for a loop. The kids were totally tired when we got done. Ephriam usually is ready for a snack after church but him and Kendra were both ready for a nap. Kendra did really well since her buddy Penny was there. Penny was trying to help with another fussy baby in her room and she made herself at home on her lap. Kendra also got to go for a ride in the buggy around the church and like that. But we are looking forward to returning to church on Saturday night this week. The rest of Sunday was spent recovering from the weekend.



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