Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday Favorites


It's Friday again...Erika, Andrea, and Narci share some of their favorites on Friday's. I love reading the blogs that link up. It's always fun to see other's favorites! This week has been a crazy one for sure...it's such a busy time of year.


This made me truly LOL!!! It's so true. ;) 


I am helping with a friends shower this weekend. I hand made some of the decorations...it took a while but turned out so cute. *separate post coming soon*


This girl...she got her dance costume for recital this week. That's a big day at the studio! She loves glitter and pink so it's a new favorite costume...


These people are FAVORITES of mine!! 


*THIS.*

Happy Weekend!!! 

Thursday, April 27, 2017

What's up Wednesday- Thursday edition


So it's my What's Up Wednesday post...but only it's Thursday. I totally dropped the ball and forgot to post this yesterday. I am linking up today with Shay, Mel, and Sheaffer sharing "what's up" with me.

What we are eating this week:
We are all over the place. It's such a crazy time of year. It seems every night we have something. There aren't any fun recipes planned this week, just the usual simple dinners around here. Maybe nest week right?!?!


What I am reminiscing about:
Easter week/Spring Break...we had so much fun during Wyatt and Sloane's Spring Break. We celebrated Easter, did some fun things around STL, and ended with a mini vacation to Branson, MO.


What I am loving:
There are only 20 more days of school!!!!! I am so excited for this summer!!!! Sleeping in, staying up late, swimming, sunshine....BRING IT ON!!!!!

What we have been up to:
I mentioned above we stayed busy last week during Spring Break. This week we are just trying to keep our head above water and get back in the groove....

What I am dreading:
Buying a new car. We are car shopping and it stresses me out! I just want to wake up and it be finished.

What I am working on and what I am excited about:
End of the year tasks and planning a few fun teacher appreciation week things for school...


What I am watching/reading:
STL Blues are in the second round of  playoffs so that's been on the TV in the evenings.

What I am listening to:
Actually nothing...in the car these past few weeks I have been enjoying the silence when I am alone.

What I am wearing:
No pictures but mostly skinny jeans, flip flops and solid Target tees ;) It's been my "mom uniform" lately.

What I am doing this weekend:
BABY SHOWER!!! I am helping throw one of my friend's baby shoer. It's her 3rd baby but her FIRST little boy. We are SUPER excited for her.

Happy Wednesday  Thursday everyone!! 




Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Show and Tell Tuesday - Adult Parties


Today is going to be so much fun! I love to entertain...I come by it naturally, thank to my mama. ;) I knew sharing a few of the "adult parties" I have thrown (or helped throw) would be super fun! I have a Pinterest board labeled Parties where you can see some of the fun times we have had "partying it up!"

The first one that comes to mind is my in-laws 1950's Diner themed party. It was for their 60th b-day and we had a BLAST! It was a dress up party...we tried to stick to the 1950's diner theme....everyone had so much fun.


We had a photo booth area, candy bar, diner food, and lots of fun games and music. 1950's Diner is fun, cute, but somewhat easy to do as well...



Another SUPER fun party was the Wild Wild West Murder Mystery party.  Where the diner theme was pretty easy this was NOT. It was a purchased kit and each person who attended was a character. They were to arrive in character, including outfits! It was a lot of fun but it was A LOT of work too! After hours spent learning and teaching myself the mystery and such I totally see why people hire someone to come help them throw these types of parties.


This is the same group of people from the diner party photo too! LOL! You can read all about the Wild Wild West party HERE



These are 2 of the adult parties I have been a part of throwing!  I can't wait to read others parties too! I always love good ideas from fellow bloggers. 




Monday, April 24, 2017

Spring Break 2017 pt. 2 Branson, MO

I posted about the first half of Wyatt and Sloane's Spring break already.  We spent the second half in Branson, MO. I haven't been since I was a kid and had no memory of it. Mark was little as well the last time he went, therefore neither Wyatt nor Sloane had even been to Branson either.

The mini-vacation started with us wanting to take the kids to Silver Dollar City. It grew into a 4 day getaway. It was perfect for the end of Spring Break. Mark took off Thursday and we headed out pretty early. We arrived in Branson right around lunchtime.

Before we left we decided to purchase season passes to SDC with plans to go back more than once this year. It just made more sense cost wise since that was the case. I am so glad we did it this way because of the weather. Since we had season passes we were able to come and go as we pleased!

So, Thursday we arrived right around lunch. We were able to get cheaper premium parking with the season pass (total bonus). We didn't have to take a bus or tram to get to the entry. We were able to walk right to the door and it was only $7 to park. That's a total win in my book!! We treated the stroller situation much like we do Disney...2 individual umbrella strollers. It's so easy! We aren't pushing around a huge double stroller and we can split up if needed. It was perfect for SDC because there ARE hills!! Phew- I got my steps in double time. ;)

Sidenote about the strollers: We have had a few strollers since Wyatt was a baby. The only umbrella stroller have ever owned is the Chicco Liteway. It's still a great stroller and has held up super well! We have always borrowed the second one for Disney from friends. We decided the other day it was time we just get a second one for ourselves so we could stop asking. ;) We planned to just buy the Liteway again until we came across the Chicco Liteway PLUS. It was a better option for where we are now as a family with 2 "older" kids. The weight limit is 10 lbs heavier than the Liteway. Since Sloane, age 5. is only 33 lbs and Wyatt, almost 7, is only 45 lbs  we are still in the clear. It's light and folds super easy as well. This is a must for loading and unloading off the Disney buses. (We pretty much only use a stroller when we go to Disney and/or long day events at this point.) Wyatt and Sloane are totally stroller kids too! They will just climb in when they are tired no questions asked. They will close their eyes and be asleep almost faster than their beds. Ha ha! It's also nice when there are large crowds too! We can move quick and know where they are. ;) The canopy is larger and it comes with a cup holder too. Lastly (then I will get off my soap box) both the strollers recline all the way back...this is a MUST for an umbrella stroller too! Ok, I digress.....

After entering the park the first stop was lunch. The boys wanted turkey legs and chicken wraps so Wagon Works Grill it was. Sloane and I wanted to try Percy's Southwest Grill. Both places didn't disappoint! It was misting rain at this point so we were able to sit inside while we ate lunch.

The rain stopped for a bit and we rode as many rides as we could...Fireman's Flyer, American Plunge, Fire-in-the-Hole, Wildfire, Fire Spotter, Flooded Mine, Fire Wagon Frenzy, Thundernation, and Firefall are a few we got in. There is an area called "Fireman's Landing" where both Sloane and Wyatt could ride all the rides, hence all the fire rides. Sloane is 44 inches and Wyatt is 48 inches and both love to ride rides...there is a lot to do for both of them. Mark rode the Wildfire ride by himself because it has a 52 inch height requirement. He said it was awesome, but very intense. There is a great viewing area with a gift shop where we watched him and stayed dry at the same time. This ride usually has a very long wait time, but due to the weather, Mark was able to walk right onto the front row with no wait at all!


There are 2-3 rides that neither Wyatt or Sloane are tall enough...but that didn't stop Mark from trying them...


About an hour before the park closed a big thunderstorm hit again and shut down most of the rides. There was lightning in the area. We decided we should probably head to the condo at that time. We found our condo through VRBO and it didn't disappoint! 

We got to the condo and settled in. We were tired and wet from the rain. ;( We changed clothes, showered, and got ready for dinner. Mark's mom had suggested Pasghetti's Italian restaurant. It was GREAT! The food, service and even the atmosphere was awesome! The INSIDE of the restaurant looked like a street corner in Italy! 


After dinner we made a quick stop at a Target because why not?!?!? Both Wyatt and Sloane fell asleep on the way back to the condo. We moved them to bed #doubletransferforthewin and Mark and I enjoyed the rest of the evening on the patio together. (with the door open so we could hear the kids, don't worry;) 

Friday started at 7:45 am when both kids were up for the day. We took the morning slow and enjoyed breakfast in the condo. It wasn't just raining... it was thunder storming....;( I had a plan B since I had been watching the weather forecast. The newest indoor attraction in Branson, MO = Fritz's Adventure Family Attraction!!! It was a PERFECT way to spend a rainy day. ***I would NOT suggest going if your kids aren't ABOVE 42 inches.*** Thankfully both kids were tall enough to do most of the activities. The activities included:

Ropes Course
Zip Line
Warped Walls
Underground Tubes and Tunnels
Laser Room
Tree Houses
Suspended Bridges
Air-worthy Airplane
Climbable Water Tower
Giant Slides






Friday evening we had tickets for Dixie Stampede. Mark and I weren't sure how this would turn out but the kids LOVED it! We had gone back to the condo to take a quick rest and change clothes which lead to us being a little later than we wanted. It worked out fine though. I had purchased tickets from a 3rd party (reservebranson.com) so we already had our seats no matter the time we arrived. The food is eaten with no utensils...Wyatt and Sloane thought that was so funny. Wyatt didn't mind...Sis didn't eat as much as normal due to her hands being dirty. LOL! She is the kid with multiple spoons and forks depending on the amount of different foods so....;) but she LOVED the horses! Wyatt enjoyed the slap stick/corny comedy.



After dinner we decided to spend the rest of the evening relaxing. We checked out a few games and had a great family evening. Twister and Uno were the top picks ;) 



Saturday was our last full day in the park. Thankfully we woke to NO RAIN!!! Praise the Lord!!! We wanted to try the Runaway Mountain Coaster and it opened at 10 a.m. We got there RIGHT when it opened. It was really fun! We decided we wish it was a little bit longer since the ticket was for only ONE ride down. 

We finished the Runaway and made the quick drive to SDC. We used the season pass and only paid $7 for the awesome parking again. ;) It was about 11 a.m. when we entered the park. Our activities included Giant Barn Swing, Outlaw Run (Wyatt's 1st ride with upside downs), Powder Keg, and rode Fire In the Hole. We walked over to the Grand Exposition area of the park and rode a few rides inside  (Magnificent Wave Carousal, Wings of Wonder, and The Ladybugs) there before lunch. 

We were pretty chilly by the time lunch rolled around. We decided on Crossroads Pizza which had an inside eating area. Mark ordered the food while I found a table. We all 4 shared a large pizza and it was perfect! We used our refillable season mugs we purchased on the first day, which is another MUST if you plan to spend a large amount of time inside the park. We packed waters but liked to keep soda in the cups. It's a fun vacation treat for the kids! ;) 

During lunch both Wyatt and Sloane expressed interest in watching a few shows. We read over the schedule and decided on 2 upcoming shows. The first Flamenco Kings and the second was Balancing Wonder. Both of the were VERY entertaining! 

When we left the second show the rain was starting to come down again pretty hard. ;( We wanted to get one more ride in on Thunderation so we headed that way...it turned into 2 more rides of fun! We ended the day by walking through Grandfather's Mansion. 

It was close to 6 by the time we finished the last few things on ur SDC list. The park closes at 6 p.m. We walked to the car and begin the dinner discussion. ;) We didn't make plans ahead of time for Saturday night because I wasn't sure how we would feel after the day at the park. Mark and I looked through a few flyers and websites and decide to drive toward The Branson Landing area. We talked a few restaurants over with Wyatt, since Sloane was "sawing logs at this point, and decided on The Bass Pro Shops White River Fish House. The food was great and the atmosphere was even better! It was right on the water so the scenery was pretty too! 

Both Wyatt and Sloane really wanted to swim before we went home so we used the rest of the evening to swim. There was an indoor (and outdoor) pool as well as a hot tub. We all took advantage of the amenities!! We finished at the pool area to go back and get to sleep before the drive back to STL on Sunday morning...

A quick stop at Lambert's before getting out of Springfield was perfect!! We usually stop at the one in Foley, AL on our way home from Gulf Shores so the kids know about the fun. ;) The ate well and were ready to get home....

We had such a great vacation together as a family. There were so many memories made together. I love hearing Wyatt and Sloane shared their most favorite parts of vacations! Spring Break 2017 was a success!!!! Now, BRING ON SUMMER BREAK!!!!! 


Friday, April 21, 2017

Friday Favorites



Once again I am linking up with Erika, Andrea, and Narci to share some of my favorites from the week. This week has been so fun!! Wyatt and Sloane were on Spring Break and it was a taste of summer. If our summer is half as good as Spring Break I won't ever want it to end. LOL! They had both created lists before the week started of things they wanted to do, places they wanted to visit, etc. I am pretty sure we checked everything off their lists. Phew, because they had a pretty big list. 


I shared about the first half of our week yesterday. We spent Monday through Wednesday doing fun stuff around STL. We visited places we love during the summer but haven't been visiting much during the school year. 


I also posted this week about our Easter holiday. We celebrated different this year than years passed and it was glorious! It was a perfect way to start our week long break...


Monday I had another guest blogger. Erin shared a little about her life and what's heavy on her heart right now. It was such a sweet post and I am so thankful she agreed to join me for a day.


We are ending our Spring Break in Branson, MO. Silver Dollar City, Runaway mt. coaster, Fritz's Family Adventure and so much MORE fun!! 
****Happy weekend****




Thursday, April 20, 2017

Spring Break 2017 pt. 1

We have had such a great week so far and it's only Thursday!!! We left for a mini-vacation this morning and are looking forward to this family time. The first half of the week was filled with fun around STL. Both Wyatt and Sloane had a few things they had mentioned wanting to do during their Spring Break. We made it happen!

Sunday: We celebrated Easter...


Monday: My sister and her family took a quick trip to the Lou and we met up with them. We had a GREAT time visiting the STL Science Center...


And the STL Zoo...


Monday night Sloane and I watched the Disney Dancing with the Startw together. Wyatt got to go to the Cardinals game with his dad, uncle, and cousin. Those boys have a great time no matter where they are...


Tuesday: They have both been asking to go to the Magic House. We used to go often but since school started we just hanse't been as much. There have been some updates since we went last. It was a fun surprise! 


Wednesday: We met some friends at the STL Botanical Garden. There is a super fun children's play area. It was a warm day so they got super hot and sweaty....there is also a water area. ;/ They enjoyed that as well. Ha ha! 


After the garden we hit up an ice cream place that was close...Ices Plain & Fancy is so fun! 


We ended the evening playing at a friends house and enjoying dinner! We leave in the morning for a trip to Branson. We have lots planned and are praying for no rain!!! (the forecast isn't looking good;() 




Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Easter 2017


This Easter was so much fun! It was the kickstart to our Spring Break...at first I was bummed it fell this way but we are LOVING!!! Friday morning we packed up and headed to my parents. They are a little less than 2 hours South so it's a quick trip. We picked up my nieces from daycare...it's kinda becoming a "thing" for us to pull through Sonic when Aunt Em picks them up. ;) I don't mind one bit!


We played hard most of Friday and Zetta and Nora even spent the night. Saturday morning I made some fun Pinterest inspired cinnamon rolls....


And we dyed Easter eggs a.k.a rubber eggs....one of my all time favorite traditions....


The rest of the family arrived mid-morning and the Easter bunny came!!! Hunting eggs, opening baskets, and an AMAZING lunch....it was PERFECT!!! For some reason the Easter bunny at g-parent's is way better than their own house. LOL! 


Self-timer for the win...even though it's a little downward angle we were all in the picture. ;) 


We left around bedtime on Saturday night. We woke Sunday morning and got ready for church. In almost 10 years of marriage we haven't ever attended our "home" church on Easter Sunday. We have always been at my parents. This Easter we did a few things different and it was actually really nice. I felt like we had so much more time with family than we have in years past. 


After church our little family of 4 had lunch together. It was perfect! Sis added ears to her updo and we were ready for Easter at Mark's parents....


There was another egg hunt....and I made Mix and Match Mama's FOUR Easter dessert's.  EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. was AMAZING!!! 



We had a great dinner with family. The fun continued because Monday morning we didn't have to get ready for school. ;) We have had a full week so far and I can't wait for more to come!!


Monday, April 17, 2017

They Call HER Mama -Erin

I am so excited Erin agreed to guest post on the blog today. Erin and I have been friends for as long as I can remember. I have many memories with Erin growing up and even into adulthood....one being the birth of our first born boys. We had them just weeks a part...I still remember holding baby Frankie in the hospital as I was about to "pop," LOL! Erin opened up and shared about her life as a mom. I am so thankful that she shared something so close to her heart....thanks again Erin for taking the time to write about your family.

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I have known Emily for as long as I can remember.  We have so many fond memories of family dinners and Six Flags trips. When Emily first asked me to guest write on her blog, I was very hesitant.  My blog is basically something I have at the end of the year to just print and have for keepsake.  Ha!  I usually just post our pictures and add a little caption about that event.  I’m never too serious and very rarely blog about super meaningful topics.  When Emily mentioned that I could talk about Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) and a recent walk we participated in, I knew I had to jump on the opportunity to share our story and help spread awareness for DMD.
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Some brief family History.  Trey and I started dating in August of 2002 and married in June of 2007.  We have three beautiful boys; Frankie who is 6, Colton is 4, and Jaxson Reid is 2.  God must have known that I needed to be a mother of boys.  I love and cherish every second I get to spend with my boys; they are funny, smart, caring, silly, handsome, and kind.  Every day was an adventure and life, as we knew it, was perfect until one day in April 2016, the words Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy were introduced to our vocabulary.  

Frankie has always been a small boy.  In fact, all my children are tiny.  On the developmental charts, they have always been in the tenth percentile in height and weight.  Frankie though, was much slower and weaker with his fine and gross motor skills, but he always met his childhood milestones, so like every parent, we just assumed he was a late bloomer.  At every doctor’s appointment we would express our concerns about his weakness, but we were always assured that there were no worries, just as long as he was meeting his milestones.  Trey and I would just brush it off and consider Frankie a “late bloomer.”  Next, we had Colton, who was basically born a star athlete compared to Frankie.  Once Colton started walking, we quickly noticed things in Frankie and just didn’t seem right.  For instance, we noticed that Frankie walked with an inward tilt, so we took him to the Podiatrist.  The Podiatrist immediately noticed Frankie’s walking problems and he prescribed Frankie with special inserts for his shoes.  I hoped that this would be instant improvement and he would now be able to run and jump, just like the other kids his age.  After a full year of wearing the shoe inserts, there was no improvement.  When we went to the follow-up with the Podiatrist, our lives would be forever changed.  The Podiatrist asked Frankie to walk down the hallway, run, jump, and stand up from a sitting position.  The Podiatrist quickly noticed that when Frankie stood up from a sitting position, that Frankie would use his arms, legs, and back to stand up, rather than just pop up like most kids.  What Frankie was displaying was referred to as Gower’s Sign.  The Podiatrist said to not to get too concerned but we should immediately follow-up with our pediatrician.  Of course I went home and look it up………..Gower’s Sign which was directly linked to DMD.  Frankie matched every single clinical symptom of a child with DMD. We took Frankie to the pediatrician the next day and tested his blood test for a muscular enzyme called CK.  A normal CK range is between 100 to 250…..Frankie’s was over 17,000.  A CK value that high in a child, along with his noticeable symptoms, all but confirmed that he has some form of Muscular Dystrophy.  From there we were referred to several doctors at Cardinal Glennon Children Hospital to confirm Frankie’s diagnosis.  They did more blood tests and determined that Frankie has DMD.  In August 2016, after waiting several months, we were finally able to see Dr. Anne Connolly, who is a pediatric Neurologist and specializes in MD at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.  After Frankie’s visit to St. Louis for all his doctor appointments,  we had blood work done on Colton & Jaxson.  Colton’s CK result was around 150, which was normal, but Jaxson’s CK was over 28,000. Talk about a double whammy.  We honestly never had a single concern with Colton, because he excelled at everything involving gross motor skills.  Jaxson Reid on the other had, I had a gut feeling that he was also affected.  I knew from the day he started to walk that he was yet another victim of DMD.  


What is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy:
DMD is a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness.   It is caused by an absence of dystrophin, a protein that helps keep muscle cells intact.  Symptoms onset is in early childhood, usually between ages 3 to 5.  The disease primarily affects boys, but in rare cases it can affect girls.


Symptoms of DMD: Muscle weakness can begin as early as age 3, first affecting the muscles of the hips, pelvic area, thighs and shoulders, and later the skeletal (voluntary) muscles in the arms, legs and trunk.  By the early teens, the heart and respiratory muscles are also affected.  Timeline: In toddler years you may notice enlarged calf muscles.  As a preschooler, they may seem clumsy and fall often.  You may also notice the child having trouble climbing stairs, getting up from the floor and running.  By school age, children may walk on their toes or the balls of their feet with a slightly waddling gait.  To try and keep their balance, they may stick out their bellies and pull back their shoulders.  Many children with DMD begin using a wheelchair sometime between ages 7 and 12.  Transition to a wheelchair usually is a gradual process; at first, the chair may be required only to conserve energy when going long distances; eventually the child will be dependent on a wheelchair for mobility.  In the teen years, activities involving the arms, legs or trunk may require assistance or mechanical support.


Muscle Deterioration of DMD: The muscle deterioration in DMD isn’t usually painful in itself.  Because muscular dystrophy doesn’t affect nerves directly, touch and other senses are normal, as is control over the smooth or involuntary muscles of the bladder and bowels.  Lack of Dystrophin can weaken the muscle layer in the heart, resulting in a condition call cardiomyophy.  Over time, sometimes as early as the teen years, the damage done to the heart can become life-threatening.  Beginning around age 10, the diaphragm and other muscles that operate the lungs may weaken, making the lungs less effective and moving air in and out.  Although the child may no complain of shortness of breath, problems that indicate poor respiratory function include headaches, mental dullness, difficulty concentrating or staying awake and nightmares.


Causes of DMD: Little was known about DMD until 1986 when researches identified a particular gene on the X chromosome that, when flawed (mutated), leads to DMD.  A year later, the protein associated with this gene was identified and named dystrophin.  Lack, of dystrophin protein in muscle cells cause them to be fragile and easily damaged.  Duchenne has an X-linked recessive inheritance pattern and is passed to children from their mothers, or in extremely rare cases, a random mutation of the dystrophin gene.


(Source of info: mda.com)


Last weekend we participated in the MDA Muscle Walk to raise money for the local, St. Louis MDA office.  We worked out butts off to raise as much money as possible for our team and came out raising the 4th most out of 74 teams!  The MDA will use these donations to help support the 100,000 + kids and adults they will serve this year, along with funding research projects for new drugs and trails to find cures or treatments for MD!  All funds raised at this walk will stay in the local St. Louis office, so it could potentially benefit my boys directly.  We had quite the turn out and appreciate all the support from our family and friends.





We are still devastated after learning the news about 2 of our 3 perfect little boys.  Trey and I have had many ups and downs over this last year.  Sometimes we just cry, other times we pray.  I will always remain faithful to God, which in all honesty, is probably the only thing that held me together at times.  We remain hopefully and extremely optimist that researchers with find a cure or treatment that will save our sweet babies from this horrible, deadly disease.  We are strong, we have a good support team, and we will not let this disease define us as a family.  Frankie, Colton, and Jaxson are strong willed & determined, I know they will face this head on.  Life is 100% what you make it.  The silver lining in all of this for me is that now I live everyday like it’s my last.  You are never promised tomorrow.  I am more determined and focused on being a strong presence in my children’s daily life.  I never take any opportunity for granted and we make the best of every situation.  God choose us for this life, I definitely don’t understand why, but I know that he will guide us and show us his plan when the timing is right.
I am so grateful to Emily for allowing me this opportunity to share our story and spread awareness for DMD.  If you don’t take anything else from this please challenge yourself to live in the moment and be present, even in the mundane of daily life.
If you would like to follow our daily life, I can be followed on Instagram @erindboyer or you can follow the boy’s story on their Facebook page: facebook.com/frankieandjaxsonsjourney



XOXO

Erin

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