April has been a good month for us. Jeremy finished all of his school work and will officially graduate May 3rd. He will have his Bachelor's Degree in Health Education and Promotion. He has worked so hard the last 3-4 years and I am so proud of him. This is a huge accomplishment and I am so grateful for his hard work and determination, especially since school is not his favorite thing to do:) He has applied to a few graduate programs for Hospital Administration and we are hoping he gets in. He is going to take this summer off and his "honey do" list is expanding. He got this weekend off to relax and enjoy not being in school, but next week the real fun begins! We have plans to fix up our back yard. Our parents have made it possible for us to fix our fence (so we don't have to see our neighbor's uncared for lawn anymore) and we're going to plant some grass where we have some big dirt piles. If I were a better person I would create a garden, but I really have no desire to do so, so we aren't! We are also going to spring clean the house and get everything cleaned and ready for Baby Savannah to get here. I am really looking forward to having Jeremy home and so willing to help. He is a good man and I really count my blessings with how lucky I got to have him as my husband. He is my best friend and I really do adore him. I'll stop being mushy now.... :)
I cannot believe that this week my little Britton will be three. TIME FLIES!!! He is getting so big and we are so blessed to have him. To celebrate his birthday Momma and Papa Bergeson spent all day today building him a play set in our back yard. He is so excited about it and we haven't been able to get him off of it since they got it up. Jeremy and I have the best parents and we are very thankful for all the kind things they do for us. We sincerely appreciate all their efforts in our behalf and don't know where we would be without them! Here are some pictures of our building efforts today:
Don't worry guys...I got this...
Making sure that daddy and papa are getting the stairs level
Testing out the bar swing
Unwrapping the slide with my toolbox in had...I'm prepared to help!
Took a break from working to draw with chalk
Begging to have the slide put up....he really wanted to go down
Spoiled little boy
So excited that the slide is up
The finished project--good job daddy, papa, and uncle Jesse!
Having fun with Uncle Jesse!