Saturday, June 22, 2013


Isaiah 54:13 All your children shall be taught by the LORD, and great shall be the peace of your children.


It truly blesses my heart to see my children reading contently.  Hoot chose to read his daily devotional... (because it's short) and Libbie chose a Dr. Seuss book. She can't read yet... but she pretends. I love the stories she invents.



If I hear the "B" word (Bored) or "What are we going to do now mom?" one more time this summer... I'm going to throw myself off a bridge. It seems if we are not in constant motion, we are bored. Given this is my first real summer as a SAHM, I wasn't versed in summer mom responsibilities. I didn't know I was the entertainment director much like a cruise director. I've been appointed official cruise director of the Lambert family. Wikipedia describes me as this: "a high-ranking officer of a cruise ship with responsibility for all onboard hospitality, entertainment and social events, who acts as the public face of the company" Yes, that would be me. I think I deserve a badge and at least a few metals. My littles were highly offended that they had to tag along with me today for routine errands. Apparently getting the car washed and buying groceries was not checked on their excursions list when they boarded the SS Lambert Summer 2013. Once we boarded the ship (came home from grocery shopping) I gave them two options for afternoon entertainment...Read, or take a nap in their cabins.

We also went school shopping today for uniforms.... when does school start back? Ha!


  1. I love that devotional. Harry has it too. Looks like you are having a fun and productive summer. I feel like I have been so lazy in comparison!!! I know I should not compare but seriously... where are you getting your energy and can I get some?

    Let's hang out soon, please.

  2. Oh and I forgot to comment on the bored thing....I don't hear that ever. Once when they said it, I gave them chores and I have never heard it again. Just saying.

  3. Yes. Summer is so great, but it is tough to keep them in a good balance of activity and rest. Your kiddos look so cute reading...we do DEAR {drop everything and read} time every afternoon! Love that devotional!