Today the three big Slaughter kids are off to their FIRST day of school. We have a fifth grader, fourth grader, and first grader. Next year, Ebby Lee will be in MIDDLE SCHOOL! WAAAHHH! So, I’m trying my best to really enjoy this last year where I have three in the same school with one drop off time and one pick up time. I know next year will be very different.
In the mean time, I thought I’d share a few pictures of what’s been happening around here…
I took the kiddos to Urban Air Trampoline Park a few weeks ago and please note Britt with her arms crossed. She kept trying to make it to the top and was clearly struggling. She got mad and crossed her arms but then cracked a smile when she saw me snapping a picture.
Ebby Lee and Kensington went to a day camp at our church a few weeks ago where they did daily mission work. Ebby Lee had the best time.
If you’re local and are looking for a place to get plugged in at church, come visit us this Sunday. You can get all the service details here. This Sunday is Launch Sunday when all the students head to their new classes. It’ll be a great day and I’d love to see you there!
We’ve been watching a lot of flag football. Can you spot Bowen?
We celebrated FOURTEEN years of marriage with a cutie in the middle.
We’ve done a lot of snacking this summer…isn’t that what it’s all about?
Everyone was pumped about celebrating my birthday with an evening out. Well…errrr…everyone but Bowen. 🙂
These two are a force to be reckoned with ALWAYS!
Three Slaughter girls ready for church.
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I found this picture of these two in their matching pajamas on my phone from our time away last week.
That sums up life in the Slaughter House.