Hello Friends and Happy Monday!
It has been a quite a while since I blogged. I had been catching up and sharing about some of our summer trips in early October when we received a call that Mark’s sweet grandmother had gone to be with Jesus. It was unexpected and within less than 24 hours, Mark and I were headed to Kentucky. I’ll share more about his precious grandmother later this week.
All that to say, I came home and had to play some catch up with my business and clients after being gone almost a week. We were in the middle of finishing up soccer and football seasons and starting basketball with the boys and my days have just been crazy busy. I’m thankful for a husband who today has insisted I take some time for myself and get back to blogging. (I love you, Mark Ferry!) I have missed my blogging friends and just sharing about what’s going on in our corner of the world! So, welcome back! I’m excited to see everyone again!
Grab your cup of coffee and get cozy! I have a TON to share with you about our life lately!
Cutter Maddux, my little reader! If he isn’t playing a sport, you’ll find us at the library trying to keep this kiddo in books. He LOVES to read which makes his Mom and Dad SO happy! In fact, we are struggling to find some more series of books for him. If you know a good series or author for a 4th grader, please share!
Cutter had perfect attendance for the first six weeks of school and his name was drawn to win this super cute frog! He was PUMPED!
Cutter finished up his first flag football season in October. His team won 2nd Place!!
This picture makes my heart so happy! Cutter was able to play on the same team as his cousin, Corban. They are best little friends and had THE BEST time this season!
This guy had a birthday on October 25th and we celebrated BIG! He was able to get away from work early and we hit the movies (Mark’s favorite place to be!) while the kids were at school.
I won’t say anything about how old he is but I will point out how HANDSOME he looks for 45!
We attended a Michael Jackson concert that night! Ha!
We had fun singing along!
Our Middle School has pep rallies for the 7th & 8th grade football teams on Thursdays and they have a theme for each pep rally where the students can dress up and participate. This week’s theme was “Super Heroes”. Carson dressed up as Batman and his friends LOVED it! He had a lot of fun dressing up this year! I still can’t believe he’s old enough to be in middle school!
Halloween this year was cold and rainy. We started our night off with a visit to Mark’s grandmother. Cutter was a ninja and Carson wanted to wear a blue morph suit. (I think he wanted to be like his big brother! Conner wore one last year!)
Thankfully, the rain let up for a little bit and we were able to get in some trick or treating with cousins. They had a blast! (What happened to Cutter’s other eye?! Ha!)
Cutter also finished up his soccer season in the past few weeks.
November soccer is COLD! I was bundled up like a burrito and with MANY layers to make it through the soccer tournament.
His team were the tournament CHAMPIONS!
I love this kid so much! He has worked really hard and his team has come so far in learning soccer and their roles on the field. We love our Legends family!
He also placed 1st for the Fall season! We missed the game where they received their trophies because Mark and I had headed to Arlington to watch Conner’s first varsity basketball game. #multiplekidprobs I snapped this pic with his trophy when we got home!
Cutter’s school had a Veteran’s Day program in honor of our Veterans. They did such a good job!
The post office was closed that Monday which meant Mark had a day off! We attended Cutter’s program then spent the day together. We went to breakfast and Christmas shopped! It was cold and we had our first snow flurries. It was THE PERFECT day!
November also meant the start of basketball season! We are a basketball loving family and this is one of our favorite times of year!!
Conner made the high school varsity team. We love cheering on our #44!
Yes, I’m the mom who takes pictures during warm-ups before the games too. Ha!
We are so excited to watch him play his passion!
That’s a little of what we’ve been up to lately!
We are SUPER excited about this week because as much as we love Thanksgiving, the holiday means our college girl is coming home!!! Mom is surrounded by boys and needs her girl!
Have a great week, friends!
See you back here tomorrow!