Catch Up

Has it really been over a month since I last Blogged? August and Spetember have flown by so fast. Seanna was born August 21st. She is a wonderful and delightful baby. I couldn't ask for a better baby, but I breed only good babies. She is so different from her sisters. Madison was always very inquisitive and quiet when she was a baby but once she became a toddler she never was quiet ever again. Alana is into everything and it very goofy and likes to make people laugh. Seanna seems to just be happy, extreemly happy and content in her little world. I think that out of the three that she will be the most reserved and quiet but helpful and happy. All of my girls are so smart. That is the one thing that they definately have in common. Life is going by so fast but then September through about January always go by very fast. What else have I been up too, let's see. Well, I've been to Baltimore twice since Seanna was born to see my Grandmothers and Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and their Children. I've been going to school twice a week for ACE practice and keeping tabs on my substitute, I've been constantly either cleaning, doing laundry, taking care of the girls or nursing Seanna. It seems like every moment of every day has been filled with something. Kirby and I attended Leadership Family Meetings at Commonwealth Chapel so we could officially join the Church. We get welcomed officially into the congregation this Saturday. We'll be going to the State Fair a lot over the next week and a half. We'll also be putting the finishing touches on getting the house together before I go back to school on October 16th. That gives me only 2 1/2 weeks before I have to leave my girls and go back to work. That is going to be so hard. I've been enjoying hanging out with Alana during the day and getting Madison off to school and being with Seanna. I wish our situation enabled me to stay at home with them all of the time. I will miss them. However, I also love teaching and I cannot wait until I dive into teaching again. I love being with my students and teaching them new things and trying to reach the students that are hard to reach. I love the challenge of teaching and I love the challenge of motherhood. I want to be at both places at the same time but that just is not possible. Life is so good and so challenging. There is so much to life and so much joy in life. Life!!


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