Trey wrapped up his soccer season with his last Upward game at the Crisp County Recreation Center. We’re so glad we enrolled Trey and are thankful to First Baptist Cordele for organizing the program. Trey learned not only the rules of the game but how to be a good sport and do his best.
We headed up to Macon on Sunday afternoon to celebrate Dora’s birthday at Pho Saigon. There was of course amazing food but also fun games for the kids and another awesome DIY cake made by Jane.
The Kornegay family treats us like part of the clan. We were able to join them at the ole’ Bolingbroke stomping grounds for a wonderful meal followed by homemade ice cream and an Easter egg hunt for all the kiddos.
It was a fun celebration as we remembered our victorious risen Savior!
With William gone for a week in East Africa, I invited my sister Annie to come up to Cordele to keep me company and help me take care of Trey. She came up with her boys, Oliver (5) and Elliot (20mo). She picked up Trey from school for me and was great company to have around. The boys had a great time playing together…although at times were more like brothers than cousins. On the day before Easter, we dyed eggs and had an indoor egg hunt (due to the rain outdoors)! Fun times!