They will always be babies to me, no matter how big they get.
Xander Dominic, looking quite handsome this morning. He lost a tooth last night LOL.
Lily Isabella, she is hoping for new friends and good food HAHAHA.
They couldn't wait any longer, so we started our 7 minute walk to the end of our driveway to wait for the bus.
Holding hands and being totally adorable.
Such a pretty walk...I fear it is going to change during winter time.
A great little bus stop building is at the bottom of our drive. Everyone wanted to try it out...even Kitsune.
Jericho is sure going to miss the bigs, 8 hours is a long time.
It is nice to have the bus stop so close to home, but Jason and I hate that it is around a blind corner and the trio have to cross the street. I personally know someone who watched his son get hit and killed crossing the street after getting off a school bus. There was nothing he could do. I don't want another parent going through that. Please be careful driving near buses, in school zones and at pick up/drop off times. You can be late, you can talk on the phone or change the radio station later...you do not want to live with hitting a child.
Making a little progress with our new barn building...I don't think we are going to get as much done before winter hits as we were hoping to, but we shall see.
Jericho helped me a little around the house today...between games on his kindle.
Funny Jericho story of the day...
I was enjoying the quiet of the trio being off on their first day of school. I let Jericho play on his kindle, all of a sudden I hear "Hold on to your penis, it's going to be a bumpy ride." LMAO!
Home at last! Jericho and I were on our way down to the stop when all of a sudden Kitsune takes off in front of us and greets the trio. The bus was running a bit early, and just let them off. I asked if they were OK with that and Hayden said "No parents were at any of the bus stops Mom." Well then. I probably wouldn't let them get off alone if there weren't 3 of them, and the stop wasn't at the bottom of our driveway, but they seem happy about coming home by themselves. They were actually a little grumpy that I met them on the way home, they wanted to come in the front door and surprise me.
Our t-shirt tradition...they don't look like they fit them any better than they did last year LOL.
First day of school pizza and dessert dinner, yum!