Josh leaves for a 2 week visit to PNG on Tuesday. One might think he’s just trying to escape all this snow! I didn’t write a blog earlier because I’ve been busy going through things I want him to take and leave there for when we all return in June. I’ve been going through all the clothing I stored from Makenna and I’m sending him with clothes up to size 2. Reagan turns 3 months this week so it’s kind of hard to look at clothes this big and imagine her fitting in them!Josh preached at one of our supporting churches last Sunday.
Church was cancelled today because we got another 8 or so inches of snow. This is what it looked like when I opened our door this morning.
We live in the the right portion of the house below.
It will be fun to show our friends in PNG all our photos of snow and explain what a snow blower is.
We borrowed snow tubes which has made the snow a little bit more fun.
Look how much snow is piled up in the parking lot of our grocery store! Wondering how long it’s going to take to melt.
The kids’ 100th day of school was Tuesday. Makenna’s class had a competition to see who could build the highest tower with 100 legos, cups, etc. She really loves her class and teacher!
Our kids always get sick when fun things are happening. This time Connor had a stomach thing Thursday night so he had to stay home and miss his Valentine’s Day party at school. We started running out of bedding so he slept on this mattress in the bathroom at night and then I moved it into the kitchen when he woke up until I knew he was well. Maybe it was just something he ate as he recovered quickly. That’s our dishwasher behind his head. Oh how thankful I am to have a dishwasher on furlough!!!
Valentine’s Day breakfast. Makenna’s face isn’t dirty. They exchanged Valentines in her class Friday and someone gave her a moustache tattoo. I don’t have a good photo, but Josh and I even had an impromptu date on Valentine’s day. The sweet couple that we rent from offered to watch our kids so we could go out. It snowed all afternoon so it was a good thing that we had already planned on cooking at home. We sent the kids next door and enjoyed a nice quiet meal together. Nice to have some alone time now as we don’t get a lot of that when we’re in PNG.
Our 12 week old cutie wearing a onesie a friend in PNG decorate for her.