It's Friday! Let's Celebrate the Small Things with Lexa Cain! Tonja Drecker and I are her co-hosts.
WEP is happening this week! For any of you who don't know what that is, you can check out the website. If you're curious about my entry for it, you can find that here.
My son Lyle got glasses this week. He's excited about them, and he's been taking great care of them so far. Here are a couple of pictures. His older brother Jude had to get in on the action, of course.
I've been trying to set weekly writing goals for myself, and I've met all of them for this week! That's pretty exciting for me, especially since life frequently gets in the way of writing time.
What would you like to celebrate?
Congrats on hitting all of your goals! Your sons are adorable :)ReplyDelete
The boys look mighty sharp!ReplyDelete
Awesome that you met your goals! And adorable pics. My son takes really good care of his glasses too. He doesn't understand it when he hears any of his friends who lose their glasses. "But you need them to see!"ReplyDelete
I'm celebrating the fact that I got through the week and with an internet change! Yay!ReplyDelete
Such cute little blonde-haired boys.ReplyDelete
Aww, what cuties.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the weekly goals too! wooo!
Cute pictures (smile) Blessings and enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Aww. I remember when my daughter got glasses. I let her pick out her frames and they looked amazing. She refused to wear them to school though. A year later, she had to wear them and a year after that, she talked me into contacts. Sigh.ReplyDelete
Cute kids! And it's great that they're being so responsible. Congrats on meeting all your writing goals! Enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Your sons are adorable!!! I had to set a writing goal too!! Good luck with yours.ReplyDelete
Woohoo for meeting those writing goals! And your son looks great :)ReplyDelete
Your kids are adorable! Yay for meeting your writing goals! I hope you and your family have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Love those pictures.ReplyDelete
LG, I remember when I had to get glasses for the first in the 4th grade. I thought it was cool in the beginning, but then the name calling followed. That I didn't like much, and since my vision correction was primarily for astigmatism then I finally stopped wearing my eyeglasses. Is Four-eyes used these days? I know kids are still ever bit as cruel, if not more so than they were when I was young. I just don't get that, either. OH well, your kids are cuties.ReplyDelete
Your boys are ADORABLE! We celebrated my daughter's sweet 16 last week...they grow up too fast!ReplyDelete