This weekend went by pretty fast. Friday night was cuddling with the kiddos while Lar was across the street playing poker. Saturday morning I woke up, made some pancakes and forgetfully made Christian shove a big one down his throat while rushing off to play soccer. Oopsies.......totally forgot about him getting cramps. Poor kiddo was obviously hurting while playing but still managed to score two goals and the team devastated the other team with a 6-0 win. The rest of the day was birthday party limbo......and with the youngest Hampton left I called in a favour and sent Emmers across the street to sister in laws. She loves playing with her cousins. SO, while she was playing I was having some 'me-time'. I couldn't believe how amazingly tired I was, so after a nice hot bath I took a nap. I have a hard time taking them so this should explain a bit just HOW tired I really was. Then, Lar got home from the wedding he attended, the kids came home from their party they went to.....roller skating. I went to tuck Emma in bed and ended up falling asleep with her at about 8pm.
Today we woke up and went to church like a normal Sunday. Larry led worship today and I taught Sunday school. Right after church I had to go pick up my neices from a sitters, and babysit for the afternoon. It went good and we had fun :D They're quite precious! By the time I got home and ate the chinese my sis n' law generously picked up for us, I was wiped!!! I was SO hungry but couldn't eat much cause the huge mess left over from yesterday was getting to me. It's amazing at how just even getting the dishes washed makes the house look SO much cleaner! After that was done, it was already time to get the kiddos bathed and into bed......where DOES the time go?
We got the kids to bed, had to go pick up my car and then Lar and I grabbed a coffee and a decorated cheesecake. We had a quick check-in with each other while at the same time inhaling our delicious cheesecake and pecan praline latte. Our own little celebration of the beginning of Autumn :D Not a bad way to start the new season.