Malachi started the TOT program this year at his school and he loves it. There's no competition, it's simply learning skills and also learning academics along with the skills. I think it's a wonderful program. Keeps them active and teaches them as well. Last Saturday they performed at the American Airlines Center as the pregame show to the Harlem Globetrotters. I cannot even begin to tell you how excited he was. Patience was not his strong point at this event. ;) All he wanted to do was get out on the floor where the Mavs play and he just couldn't grasp that we had to wait until it was time perform. Anyway, they did an AWESOME job. Ms. TOT (Kelley) is an amazing teacher. All the kids love her. Depending on our summer schedule will depend on basketball. But I think we will let him play this year if he wants too. Malachi is loving his pre-K class and daily continues to learn something new. The other day he asked me where I lived and I replied: Texas. Then I asked him where he lived. His reply: North America. Well alrighty then smarty pants. I'm so thankful for Ms. Lindee and Ms. Jill.
I'm pretty sure Nick has been eaten by a basketball. It's definitely been a tough 5 months with him being gone from 7 in the morning until 7/8 at night. And the following weeks are no exception. It's time for the playoffs. Coaches wives ya feel me??? I've been spending A LOT of time with just me and the boys. We have date nights at least twice a week, mostly because I don't wanna cook for just the three of us which would really mean myself because they wouldn't eat anyway. I've also recently joined a bootcamp. Lauren is an amazing instructor. She's so motivating and really makes you feel like you can do it even though you are about to die. She loves what she does and I think that makes a big difference. I'm really glad to be in the group and meet new people from the church.
Since I had a scoop on Malachi, I guess I will give Lawson is spotlight. :) This little boy his an amazing go getter. He is constantly picking up on things that we say or his brother says/does. I love watching these two play together even though they have discovered the art of brotherly fights. Some of my favorite things to hear him say are: ye mam (yes mam), tank tu (thank you), mal mo (wal-mart), Chi (Malachi) it told (it's cold) pish (fish), o k. He's definitely his own person and that's ok with me. I'm glad that they are different and the same in their own ways. I love my family and wouldn't trade them for anything in the world.