Monday, December 29, 2014

New Year's Memory Lane - Daybook Post

My kids enjoy seeing this post each year.

I love to get started on it, but about half way through I realize how busy we ended up being, and it's no wonder I feel like I'm losing my marbles at times.

And how much these kids change in one year!  It is scary how fast time is passing.

So without further ado...here is our 2014 in review.

January 

~ A trip to KS to visit my youngest sister and her family

~ Miss Clementine celebrated her 2nd birthday







February

~ New green belts in Tae Kwon Do

~ St. Valentine's day

~ Homeschool talent show

~ Miss Clementine's baptism birthday





March

~ My birthday

~ Miss Ester's birthday

~ Painting projects

~ Spring break horse camp








April

~ David's sister (Miss Clementine's godmother) and niece visited

~ Miss Ester's baptism birthday

~ Stan the man's gotcha day

~ Easter Vigil

~ David's father passed away

~ Traveling for the funeral up to northern Illinois (getting to visit with both grandmothers)






May

~ Mother's Day

~ May Crowning at Mass

~ Hair donation

~ Texas Rangers' baseball game

~ Miss Clementine in her big girl bed

~ Visiting Jen in Florida

~ David's fishing weekend

~ Our subdivision pool opens

~ Memorial Day at the lake

~ Little Flower/ Little Women tea party









June

~ Stan's baptism birthday

~ Potty trained

~ Stay-cation (Perot Museum of Nature and Science)

~ Father's Day

~ Stay-cation (Six Flags)

~ Confirmation sponsor for my sweet neighbor girl

~ Stay-cation (Hawaiian Falls Waterpark)





July

~ Grammy visits

~ Fourth of July

~ Stay-cation (Mesquite Pro Rodeo)

~ Stan's First Holy Communion

~ Sally's mission trip

~ Our 19th wedding anniversary

~ School starts



August

~ Bathroom remodel begins

~ Music camp

~ Feast of the Assumption

~ Field trip to Frisco Fire Safety Town

~ Jr High/ Sr High Bunco night

~ Back-to-school Mass



September

~ Miss Ester's 8th grade trip to New Orleans

~ Miss Mabel's 11th birthday

~ Movie night pizza party for high school friends

~ Horse stable night for middle school friends



October

~ State Fair of Texas

~ Stan's 9th birthday

~ Miss Sally's homeschool homecoming dance

~ Miss Sally's 15th birthday

~ Halloween







November 

~ All Saints Feast day & party

~ ER visit

~ Miss Sally's baptism birthday

~ David's 46th birthday

~ Miss Mabel's baptism birthday

~ Swim meets (year round)

~ Christmas card making for the troops

~ Miss Sally's eye surgery (no pics)

~ Thanksgiving (no pics)

~ Brewery tour for homeschool parents & friends



December

~ Miss Ester leases a horse for the month

~ Miss Sally's new eyeglasses after her surgery

~ Feast of St. Nick

~ Miss Sally's first meet after eye surgery

~ Christmas 2014



May you all continue to feel the peace and joy of this Christmas season!  May you all be abundantly blessed in the New Year!



~  Patty  ~

7 comments:

  1. What a busy and fun year with just enough prayerful moments to grow by
    :) Here is to a very happy new year!

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  2. I love looking back... I'll have to say that that baby of yours on her birthday steals the show! (or the year) Thanks for inspiring me all year Patty! Looking forward to sharing another year with you and your beautiful family! ~tara

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  3. I'm tired just reading about your year! Great post and a lovely wrap up. Looking forward to 2015!! Many, many blessings my friend.

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  4. Such a happy, healthy, strong, beautiful family! Wonderful photos, I really enjoyed seeing it all, but you have done SO much! Hope you are stil resting over the Christmas Season!

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  5. What a nice recap!

    I'm so impressed by all your posts during this busy holiday season. You have given me such inspiration. :o) With a little babe in arms, I may not get around to commenting as much as I'd like, but I want you to know that I love checking in. Your "Worst Advent Ever" post was especially meaningful to me because is showed me that sometimes we just ~can't~ keep up, and that is OK. Yes, it might make us sad, but these things happen. And we can try again with our traditions next time around!

    :o) Becky in OR

    PS--I was praying in the wee hours of the mornings for your daughter's vision problems to resolve--what better thing to do at 2am while walking a baby to sleep? :o)

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  6. You were very busy in 2014! I feel like I need a nap after reading. lol. So many treasured moments with beautiful photos. The birthdays!! All of them were amazing! Thank you for sharing your year and family with us another year. I look forward to the year ahead and keeping in touch with my TX friend.

    Happy New Year!

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  7. Thanks for being great parents this year- and all the years before!!

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