Our weeks are busy and consist of : practice, laundry, dance, grocery trips, menu planning, haircuts, chores, homework. Our weekends consist of this. For now. Until the next season. 4 games per weekend. 4 teams. 3 locations. Sometimes there's conflicts and we're rushing from one game to the next, hoping to catch some of this game and that.
Another year. Another Project 52.
The other night. Josh & I are driving home from the grocery store and pull up on Cam walking home after the activity bus dropped him off. So, of course, as we pulled up alongside him, I rolled down my window and said (in my best manly voice), "Hey, boy. You want some candy? I got some really cute puppies in here." Without missing a beat, he kept on walking and just responds, "Kids don't want candy or puppies. You got free wifi?"
It's that time of year again. Josh & I missed the boys' first games this weekend; we were in D.C. for a wedding. Cam's first field house basketball game was a big win. Those Baseball Dudes are back and won their first game.
And so it's here. The end of another year. New Years Eve was a little different this year. We spent it with close friends. Made some new memories and maybe even created new traditions. Either way, it was a great ending to a great year.
2nd Annual Drillers Christmas Party. Cam got toilet paper for his white elephant gift. I just love their reactions.
This picture just makes me smile.
Cam went to Jackson's bball practice. He did better than he thinks against a bunch of 13, 14 and 15 year olds. He knew he had to give his all. And there's always a little friendly competition among siblings.
My name is Kaci. I am a working mom of 3. Wife to Josh. Mom to Jackson, Cameron & Isabella. My life is dinner, homework, baseball, basketball, grocery lists, laundry, middle school, wine, video games, and schedules. I started this blog because I love taking pictures, and I needed a place to document our life. I wanted a place to write it all down, to remember little details so easily forgotten in the mad rush that is the life of a family of 5. Through my photos and words, I endeavor to capture our story.