It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. Sorry I didn’t keep you up to date on the book I was reading. I did finish it and was thoroughly inspired by it. Many of the concepts and ideas cross my mind as I parent my children daily. I donated it to the church library so those who go to Heritage can check it out there and others who want to read it can find it at a local christian bookstore or online I’m sure (definitely worth the read)!

I thought I’d just post a few pictures of life in the Davenport home as of late. We are completely enjoying our early spring and looking forward to the start of baseball season. It will be a fun spring with James, Sam, Jake and I all participating on ball teams this year. Busy but worth it I’m sure. The boys are excited to get started with their season as well as cheering James and I on!

Anyway, here are a few pictures of what’s been happening here:

The one above and the one below are our little adventure back to Vancouver during the Paralympics. We didn’t get to see much during the actual Olympics when we went downtown so this was a much better adventure for our family!

The pictures below are a small family celebration for Christina’s 19th birthday (James’ cousin from Ontario who is currently living with his parents)

Now that the weather has been so beautiful the kids enjoy spending a lot of time out front. Although we have a pretty busy street Sam, Jake and Lanae know their boundaries and usually pretty good about staying away from the road. As a visual reminder we usually park a car parallel on the driveway to keep them from just darting out or heaven forbid another car from careening in.

This is my darling baby who likes to wear the top of the popcorn popper as a hat. I quite often find Annie with this get-up and needless to say it always gives me a chuckle.

Sam’s teacher is very creative in her art and because Sam enjoys art he often comes home with very well done pieces. This is just a sample of one of the pieces they did for the Olypmics.

Finally this is a picture of Lanae pretending to be a Kangaroo! She came up with this idea all by herself and I have to admit I was pretty surprised at the knowledge she had about this animal considering we’ve never talked about it.

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