We have too many of them due to the excessive rain we've had. Today I finally got a chance to mow the grass but I wanted to document our newest reddish shrooms before they got taken out by the mower. We're also just a bit worried about the boys getting hold of these...
Today we went to see Grandma and Grandpa at their assisted care home. It was 'Donuts with Dad' (for Father's Day) and we all enjoyed it even though Grandpa has a pretty bad cold. Jake was the star of the show and flirted with all the folks there. Here he is, with the family, enjoying the nice (for a change) weather.
(oh, Sammy was a summer camp today, hence his absence)
Since Sammy was about one, he has had icky poop and been very low on the weight and BMI curves. Sorry if that's TMI, but there you go. Life with kids is TMI usually. Anyway, he's been tested in the UK for all sorts of digestive disorders and came up fine. But when he hit 3, they wanted to retest. He was seen by doctors at the University of Maryland Children's Hospital to be tested yet again for God knows what. So far, those tests are negative (which is good) but leaves us in the position of trying to potty train a kid who might not have much bowel control (yep, more TMI). Anyway, despite testing negative for Celiac, we are attempting a gluten-free diet to see if he's just intolerant. Whooo! Let me tell you, this stuff costs a bomb! We might as well just sign all Glenn's pay to Whole Paycheck.
So far, there's no change. But we gotta tough it out another week or so. Just call us POOR!
This Project 365 is my second effort to chronicle the lives of me and my family through a photo a day. But if there is anything I know about myself, it's that I'm not as disciplined as I should be or want to be, and my first one ended when I ran out of steam. This one was supposed to be launched on the day my husband joined me in the USA but technical difficulties delayed that. So there's no magic start date... it's just gonna happen! I hope this 365 'year' will offer lots of new and exciting adventures to chronicle.
The title of the blog is a quote from Juan Ramon Jimenez and reflects the high probability of the occasional deviation from traditional Project 365 rules. I just can't help myself!