We got all dressed up with no place to go. Ha ha.... No really, i was out in belden and rememberd that Wednesday at the Salvation Army was 50% off day. So i went in there and found about 6 name brand shirts in perfectly good condition for the boys and only spend probably about 3.00 there. this was one of them. (If you went to Louisville and were in reg. math in highschool and had that one teacher that wore the same types of shirts ALL THE TIME - same shirt different color with the lines and designs up the front...yeap, it's that type of shirt.)
We went to our first and second and third football games. GO BLUE!!!! or as Landon says "Bue Go!" Yeah, check out these jackets...."I wanna play for Louisville"...now ya dont see "I wanna play for Westbranch" coats anywhere do ya? Didnt think so. :-) BTW, what was the score of the Louisville - Westbranch game? Anyone hear that?
We went to the constitution Day parade. We waved and yelled at the marching band, saw horses, lots of cars and a few people that we knew ( Our neighbor Kara Zwick was runner up in the constitution day queens court and Lauren Hohman was the Dairy Princess or something like that!) and we waited to see if Jeff (short fingers) was in it but low and behold, no footballs this year :-( . However we did see some really cool trucks!
We had a Cleveland Appointment on the 22nd of September. Everything went well, no more cancer as of right now and nothing new to treat. We were sent to the Cole Eye Center this time rather than the surgery center b/c they're two now so they dont have to be so close to the ICU. Here, they put stamps over their eyes to help the doctor know which eyes to check...
We've managed to become severely addicted to Thomas the Train. Thanks to my best friend Laurens son for that one. (Jenny, notice the shirt....and the look on Brendens face....) We've also managed to become sick as well so this was on Brendens "sick" day where we just layed on the floor and played with Thomas all day long.
Peyton has learned to drive...or not really but he likes to be pushed in his Radio Flyer car and wave bye bye as Landon pushes him down the hill in the backyard. It's safer to keep him on the deck and block the steps than to give them wide open spaces to push him around.
We went to the farm to play and see the Moo Cows. Great Uncle Bill is home from California to visit so we got to go to the barn with him. It was so much fun! This is Uncle Bill, Brenden, Landon, Pap and Peyton.
Mommy and Brenden...tired mommy b/c of 3 sick boys. UGH. where's that shirt when i need it.
Well that's about all. Until next time....