The week before our anniversary, Steve and I celebrated by going to the Lady Antebellum concert (the boys spent the night with my parents while Lisa watched Catelin)...it was wonderful to have an evening out! The night of our anniversary, we had an incredible dinner at Restaurant Eugene – I have never been there before and it did not disappoint.
The boys survived their ISR swim classes again this year. MJ only had to do a 2 week refresher course while Ty transitioned from float to the swim-float-swim sequence (which took 4 weeks). In order to graduate, he had to swim across the pool solo while wearing winter clothes, shoes, and a regular diaper. Here is the video
Ty’s first trophy!
We have been spending a lot of time at the country club pool- the boys love it, and Catelin hangs out in her car seat in the shade as long as it’s not too hot. She even made a trip to the zoo!
Ann came to visit on Father’s Day weekend. It was great to see her and catch up. She spoiled the boys with bubbles (which they LOVED) while showering Catelin with adorable clothes and a gorgeous name plate for the nursery.
Ann with her Goddaughter
We moved Ty into MJ’s room when Catelin was a week old – Ty is now in the Thomas the train toddler bed and MJ is in a “junior” bunk bed. The transition has gone surprisingly well, and they sleep great together at night. Nap time is a different story- it takes about 30 minutes of me going in and out of their room to finally get them to go to sleep. In the beginning, I was putting Ty in a Pack-N-Play in the guest room for his nap, but he quickly figured out how to climb out of it and now refuses to be in anything that resembles a crib (ugh)!
Here are a few more random pictures I just had to post:
At the park
My little Justin Bieber (why can’t I get his hair to stand up like that?!)
At the doctor’s office (Catelin’s 2 week appointment)
Catelin got her own sign on our swingset (“Catelin’s bridge”)
MJ showing off his soccer trophy
Both of my boys love coffee (who knew?!), so grandma treats them to their very own Starbucks “kids” cup when she comes over. (yes, it is decaf)!