Kingston Thomas

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Solomon Stanley

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Josiah Phillip

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Monday, February 23, 2009

Picture Tag

I was tagged by Kathy to post the 4th photo in the 4th folder on my computer. This is a picture of my niece, Adleigh, and Kingston making cookies at my sister's house in Louisville, Kentucky. The folder said this picture was taken on September 19, 2007. That means Kingston was 2 years and 2 months old and Solomon was less than 2 months old. It must've been his first trip to Louisville! Adleigh was 4 1/2 in this picture. Kingston is wearing Autumn's (my other niece) apron and bakers hat! Isn't it cute! Thanks, Kathy, for making me look up an old picture.
Ok, so I guess I will tag Tara, Amanda, Laura Alsup, and Laura Beth.
Here are the directions:
Go to the 4th album in the place you store your pictures on your computer
Select the 4th picture in that album (no exceptions)
Post it in this post with an explanation and link it back to your tagger
Tag 4 people to do the same thing

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Mr. Personality

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Solomon has so much personality, and it is really blossoming lately. He loves glasses of any kind, and hats also. Solomon is also obsessed with my Swiffer vacuum. I can't turn it on without him running to me and screaming.

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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Where Has The Time Gone?


I asked Jeremy that question today. I actually said that I couldn't believe that Kingston is almost 4 years old. That leaves me with 1 more year until he starts school. I just can't believe it. It seems like yesterday I was holding him all the time and rocking him and teaching him letters.

I guess I was thinking about it today because Kingston had his very first soccer practice. If he is anything like his father, this is only the beginning of what the next 20 years will be for him. It is like he is growing up right before my eyes and he is caught in between being a baby and a big boy. He wears shin guards and cleats, but he still wants his milk in a sippy cup. He can talk about gravity, but he still wants his white blanket and monkey when he goes to bed at night. There is something strange about my "big boy" bringing me a book and asking me to get him milk and rock him, but the book is a Science book about "Asteroids, Meteors, and Comets". He is getting harder and harder to carry, but yet I know that pretty soon he won't want me to. It is so strange to see him making this transition, and it makes me wonder if I am prepared. I guess I better get prepared, because it is coming whether I am ready or not.

All of these thoughts made me so glad that I spent Valentine's Day with all 3 of my Valentine's. It was the best Valentine's Day I've ever had, and I know pretty soon 2 of my boys will not want to spend Valentine's Day with their mom.

By the way, we realized during soccer practice today that Kingston isn't very competitive. He actually had no interest in going after the ball that everyone else was kicking. He preferred to kick his own ball by himself. On the other hand, the coach asked for suggestions for a team name, and Kingston's suggestion was accepted!! The team is called the Comets!



Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Jeremy and Beka

Jeremy and Beka

About Me

Jeremy and Rebekah were married in July 2004 and have 3 beautiful sons, Kingston, Solomon, and Josiah. Jeremy is an attorney and Rebekah is a part-time Marriage and Family Therapist and a full-time mommy.