Our Life in Pictures
Learning from his big sister, Will is getting in the (good) habit of reading a book on the way to his soccer game…and the (bad) habit of then bringing the book to the field to read when he’s not in the game.
After Anna’s team lost their soccer game 1-0 where Dad was the ref because the real ref didn’t show up and Dad didn’t give Anna’s team a goal when it went in (even the other team’s goalie even said it was a goal), Dad tried to apologize by taking us to Chipotle. That and it was Thursday so we had to go. Nothing new for me (Owen) and Anna – Anna is still eating a kids taco kit w/ extra rice and I still love my kids quesadilla meal. Will, on the other hand, is now ordering an adult sized burrito (carnitas, rice, black beans, salsa, sour cream and cheese) and is now at the point to where he’s eating the whole thing…
Not much time to rest now that the fall activities have ended as all of the fun and games from the fall are moving indoors.
Hockey for Will has been underway for about 2 months now (apparently it’s not just a winter sport) but they’ve just started finally playing games. 2 games in and Will has a handful of goals and a game shirt with his name on the back of it.
Mom’s doing her best to keep Owen away from the cold rink but we’re afraid it’s inevitable.
As for Anna, when she’s not swimming, she’s playing indoor soccer and got her first taste of it on Friday. She started off the game in goal – something she DOES NOT LIKE – and proceeded to have her hands hidden in the jacket in protest
Will celebrated his 6th birthday earlier this month. As Will dislikes being the center of attention, it was a pretty low-key birthday, quietly celebrating with his cousins. A few days later we all went to Lego Land and a few days later to the driving range to test out his new golf clubs
Although we haven’t moved yet, the kids are off to school in Medfield. Anna had her first day of 4th grade a few weeks ago and 6 days later was Will’s first day of Kindergarten.
No bus rides yet as Mom and Dad are driving them back and forth to school and activities.
Everything went well and they’re all settled in their new schools.
Off and Runnin’