Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Jr. High Football game

It has been several years since I attended a Junior High football game. When my oldest daughter was in the 9th. grade, which was still Jr. high then, she was in the pep squad so we attended every game that year. When Marcie was in the 9th grade she was a Cheerleader so we attended every game that year. And when my son was in the 7th, 8th and 9th grades we attended every game during these 3 years - but that was a long time ago - since my kids graduated from high school in 1986, 1989 and 1994.

But last night we all attended a junior high football game to watch my oldest grandson play football. I had forgotten how 7th. grade boys could be so different in height - - - note 73 and 69 are both 7th. graders and standing on flat ground.

We ventured to this same football field a few weeks ago to watch my grandson as he played his trumpet with his Jr. High band when they play at half time with the High School band - the stadium was very handicap accessible so we ventured to the stadium again last night and we hope to go one more time before football season is over.

I learned - actually from Suzanne since she caries all her 4 babies stuff in a back pack - to get a back pack. So I got a back pack with lots of zippers and put labels on all the different compartments so I would not forget what was where. So I had all the medical supplies I would need just in case I needed something while we were there. The backpack worked great so I highly recommend it it you deal with a wheelchair and medical supplies you just might need while away from your home or van.
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxMy Backpack

Saturday, October 11, 2008

This is the Bible God's written word!

Savannah xxxxDrew xxxxBen xxxxEthan Steece

The "Diaper Darling", and as my grandson said "Diaper Dudes" meaning the grandpa's who go, are back on a regular basis. We did not go on a regular basis this past summer since the Stacee's were traveling and they had company in to visit them.

So now the Diaper Darling and Diaper Dudes are getting to love on these kids a couple of days a week for a few hours and some even go on Sunday mornings. Even thought we did not go on a regular basis this past summer some did go over just for fun.

I wanted the kids to have a Sunday school class on Sunday morning while Joe and Suzanne were able go to church so the Diaper Darlings will have Cradle Roll class for the kids on Sunday since they are unable to leave their home from now till April because of RSV - a respiratory disease that could effect the kids since they were born 2 months early.

They are looking at Bibles in these picture - or in the case of Ben he is eating his Bible - during the lesson the Diaper Darlings sing songs about Jesus and show them objects that go along with the songs and the lessons.





Thanks to Jody and her husband Lee for going on this first Sunday morning in October and for taking these neat pictures.

And thanks to Leslie and Sue W. for getting the songs and the props to be used in the lessons -

Suzanne's blog: http://thelifeofsuz.blogspot.com/