As we closed out May we headed to Galveston to visit Grandaddy. Jett & Delilah are really turning into little beach bums!
For dinner one evening, I thought the kiddos would like to try their hands at making their very own "pizza pies" (as they like to call them). So, after stripping them of all clothing w/ the exception of their chonies, the Anderson bistro opened for business. All in all it was pretty successful... Rich had a good time, too!
In the day & age of everything I-phone, Jett & Delilah have caught on extremely quick! They have mastered unlocking them; playing games; looking at videos & even taking the ever-so-popular... SELFIE! Sometimes, Daddy even joins them! (Well, they're still working on their technique!)
June was a very busy month around our home. The kids started a little summer camp on Wednesday mornings; we celebrated Father's Day; we did TONS of yard work; Rich & I celebrated 5 years of marriage; & we had a housewarming/promotion party. It all seems like a blur as it all rushed by.
There is a small church in Bulverde, about 15 minutes from the house, where the kids attend summer camp on Wednesday's, with their friend Owen. It's also where they will be enrolled in school on Tuesday's & Thursday's starting August.
We've started going back to church on Saturday evenings. We found a beautiful, old, Catholic church in Bulverde called St. Joseph of Honeycreek. The twins are SLOWLY learning to sit through/still/quiet an entire mass (which I can imagine is very hard for 3 yr olds). But, they know if they do we have dinner out. One particular evening Granny joined them at McDonald's.
We celebrated the 4th of July in Galveston, visiting Grandaddy. It was a much needed break from Rich's paramedic class/schedule & working in the yard.
Before heading out, Delilah & I had to make sure that our "piggies" were beach-ready:
After a full day at the beach we hung out at the Gazebo & park in Grand Cay Harbor. Some of the neighbors were hosting a block party. We were hoping that the twins would make it to see the fireworks... No such luck.
Well, it's now mid July. We just had our family photos taken yesterday. So, that will be my next post. To finish this one off, here are some random pics taken throughout the last couple of months. They pretty much speak for themselves... Life is great at the Anderson Asylum.
We hope everyone is doing well & hope to see or hear from everyone. Take care & please, keep in touch.