It was a busy weekend! My little man graduated VPK, and is on his way to kindergarten. Time flies! He did so great during the program. He sang with his class and was of course the star of the show 😂
To celebrate, we took him to Legoland and he had a blast! He went on 4 roller coasters like a champ. As we were in line for one of the rides, he whispered, “Mommy, don’t yell out on the ride.” Needless to say, he screamed the whole ride!
P.S. a little morning reading with baby sister 😍
Yesterday was such a special Mother’s Day for me. Olivia turned 3 months, and we had her baby dedication at church!
Here is her 3-month photo (P.S. I love getting creative with these!)
And her beautiful christening dress. It is a special keepsake not only for the occasion, but also for the blood, sweat and tears that went into finding the perfect dress!
Being a mother has made me appreciate time so much more. Not to take the little moments for granted. Motherhood is my proudest accomplishment. To help these little people become all God has called them to be is my greatest mission.
And it wouldn’t be a special Mother’s Day without honoring the woman who brought me into this world…my mother! I appreciate the sacrifices she made for my siblings and I so much more now that I am a mother of two.
Mother’s Day is two weeks away, and we decided to have Olivia’s christening on that day as well. We had been back and forth about when to dedicate her, as we waited until Solomon was 6 months. But since our church only does them every few months; we figured now would be a good time. Plus, I think it will be special to dedicate her on a holiday that celebrates motherhood.
I’m hoping to find some cute “mommy and me” matching outfits! Olivia will wear white, so I’ll have to find something similar. Here are some options I’m considering.
Rompers are my favorite to wear for spring/summer, and I love dressing Olivia in them. They’re super easy to style, as I pick ones with fun prints. All you have to do is add a cute pair of shoes and a matching headband and you’re done!