Want the shortest blog ever? I've waited so long, now the memories aren't fresh so my commentary will be lacking. The month of June was great. We were home a lot and got a lot done. We also played some music. (As if you needed clarification on what it is we do.)
We went to Musician's Corner in our lovely city. Oliver met a dog who is gluten intolerant and had her own bottled water and carrot sticks.
Oliver and Whit had their first jam session. And so did their dads. (They didn't get a picture.)
Trent bought his first suit since 1994. My response after he bought it? "Mama's going shopping." Which I haven't done yet. Because let's be honest…elastic bottoms and somewhat clean shirts is my uniform right now.
***Side note: when he was getting measured, I said to myself (in a Russian accent), "you move, you bleed." Bonus points if you can name that movie.***
We had a date, thanks to neighborly childcare.
We drove 25 minutes to buy a $30 sand and water table found on Craigslist.
Oliver and I went on a walk while Daddy was in a co-write.
He tried, and is currently still trying, to master the whole fitting both cups in his mouth at the same time thing.
We met up with some amazing friends (the Hootens) for lunch and we can't wait for sweet Tabitha to move to Nashville!
Oliver got a haircut and it went MUUUUUCH better than the first time.
He also showed us his climbing skills. The boy tries to climb everything. EVERYTHING.
Trent worked on the Christmas EP some more.
We went to Montgomery, AL...
to play at Frazer UMC...
on Father's Day.
We had a wonderful morning. Everyone was so incredibly kind and Oliver got the royal treatment in the nursery.
We came home and did an online concert from our house. Next time, I'm wearing pjs. Also, big thanks to our friend Tyler for helping us with sound.
***We're doing another one on August 6th, 7:30 CST. Mark yo calendars***
We tried out a splash park in near downtown.
Then walked around downtown.
Then ate downtown.
So that's our June in a nutshell. I cannot believe it's August!!!
Time is a weird thing.