In the Rutland house, April means BASEBALL! Jordan had been practicing throwing a ball with Ryan since his first day home and couldn't wait to play for real. Brent coached his team and we had a great time watching him grow as a BB player :-)
Ryan played on a new team this year, the Franklin Generals, and we were so blessed to be on a team with wonderful families and boys. They were excited to have won several tournaments including the first one they played in for the season!
This year has been full of so many firsts for R & J and Easter was no exception. They got to participate in a few egg hunts which they thought was the greatest thing...free candy?!?!
Whitney and her sweet friend Ava
Whitney in the bike parade at The Little School:
For Easter this year I wanted to start a new tradition of having a traditional Passover Sader (we have actually done this 2 times before just not by ourselves at home). Brent, as the head of the household, read the script.
Our Passover plate:
We visited the Resurrection Trail at Christ Community Church in Franklin...
At the station below the kids had to wash their parents feet like Jesus did the disciples' feet at the Last Supper.
Me with the kids on our front porch Easter morning.
Above: Dying Easter Eggs with neighbors.
Below: An egg hunt for all our neighbor friends.
Rachel in action...
May had us saying goodbye to some great teachers as we prepared to move to the new school opening.
Rachel with the beloved Mrs. Gonzales; her ESL teacher.
The older three with Coach Campbell...we sure do miss her!
Hayley & Rachel with Mrs. Hullett. My first 2 third graders had this awesome teacher. We were sad she stayed behind at Trinity and Ryan didn't get to have her too.
Fifth grade celebrations...
Jordan with his kindergarten teacher.
Rachel with her class at field day. She had an awesome class!
Another school year over. Summer fun awaits...