So I think our swimming days are finally coming to an end. We started swimming the end of March and usually can swim until the end of September. Our pool is not heated, so when the temp drops below 100 and starts cooling down at night our pool cools down too. Today Meg didn't even want to get it, because it wasn't hot enough for her. We will miss our pool for a few months, but looking forward to winter. I was even shivering today, my blood has totally thinned. I will freeze to death we go we go to Utah this winter.
So today is Sean's 31st birthday! We decided it was too hard to go out to eat on a school night, so I made his favorite french onion soup. We all had dinner and then cheesecake. No, not homemade. That would be way overdoing it for me. Home made dinner then cheesecake? Not. It was from a box, but he loved it anyways. We gave him Rock Band 2 and he felt bad telling me that he bought it yesterday. At least I tried right? I married Sean when he was 22 years old. Crazy! I love you Sean and look forward to many more memorable birthdays with you!
So a few days ago Avery came to me and said "Mom, my tooth is wiggly." I didn't believe her, but checked it anyway and it was totally loose. Then last night I went to dinner with some friends and came home and Sean told me that it fell out when she was brushing her teeth. She was very excited this morning telling me all about the experience. My little girl is growing up! Crazy. She put her tooth in the little locket and it is under her pillow. The toothfairy will be visiting her later this evening. Fun stuff!
So it was time once again for the dreaded haircut. Tate screams the whole time and hates it. This time I decided that I was going to get it buzzed, so I wouldn't have to cut it again for awhile. Of course he screamed the whole time, but we obviously made it through it. It makes him look a lot older, so I am not a fan. He needs to stay my little baby boy as long as possible. Plus it doesn't fit his personality at all. O'well trial and error. The nice thing is that it will probably be back to "normal" in about 2 months.