Here we go.
B's spring soccer has started up. He's on the same team as his fall season and most of the players have returned. They're off to a great start, winning their first three games. B prefers to play defender. But his coach has been playing him as forward. He's finding his way.
We invited a bunch of friends over to play games. Lots of fun.
Andrew and Steve were co-champions of the night, with three wins each.
St. Patrick's Day
We don't have a whole lot of green in our wardrobes. If you look really closely, you can see a green stripe in Whit's dress, some olive green in Care Bear's skirt, and I think B-train put a green sticker on his hand. Enough to avoid pinching.
I also got to help out in C's classroom for their St Patrick's Day party. I love her cute little classmates. Since most of them remembered me from my dental pep talk last month, they were all excited to show me their teeth and tell me how well they're brushing. Cuties.
Our green and gold snack
Ready to go outside and play "Supergirls and Bad Boys"
The first weekend of the month, the boys went on a campout with the scouts. Bless. their. hearts. It was FREEZING. Man. I was so glad to be home with my bed and blankets and furnace. I'm grateful for Andrew and his willingness to take Brandon out for things like this.
Other than the cold, the boys loved it.
Girls' Night I
While the boys were camping, I stayed home with the girls. They invited friends over to play, have pizza and watch a movie.
We taught them how to skol. (Danish "cheers")
Girls' Night II
Shelley and I got to cash in on our Christmas presents--tickets to Wicked in Charlotte. Yippee! We had a great time chatting in the car and eating at Cheesecake Factory. But we were both SO excited for the show itself.
The stage--with a dragon and a sparkling Emerald City.
LOVED the show
I already want to go back.
I had a hard time believing *this* was the best photo op
in the theater...but it was. No big posters around. Boo.
But, some sweet older ladies let us borrow their green boas
to add to the ambiance. Fun!
Brandon and I got to attend a free Easter concert by Bel Canto Company. It was in a gorgeous church.
Loved the stained glass.
The doors reminded me of Denmark.
The singing was heavenly. Amazing. Inspiring. And also in German. Thankfully, the program had the English translation, so we followed the story of the Savior's last week just fine. Alas, the concert was a bit long for an 11-year-old boy's taste, so we left at intermission. But I was glad to have a little date with B and for the small taste of feeling cultured.