Well, Soccer finally started for Beck! Oh the talk that had been going around for months about when soccer starts…it was adorable. The first time we put Beck’s soccer gear on, he lit up! He’s been cheering Asher on for years now, and this was his time :).
His first game! He’s #2! He made a goal! He was so proud to be out on that field! This video is not of his first goal…but it’s equally awesome. The other little boy kicked it into the wrong goal, and Beck took it upon himself to straighten him out, ha! It was great fun watching him running around on the field :).
The goodbyes’ are usually a little long. Beck literally doesn’t want to let Asher go to school.
We are blessed with Hope Kids! They allow our family to have special experiences we would not be able to afford. We got to go to Odd Squad Live in Phoenix. The boys love the tv show, Odd Squad, so they were over the moon when we said we were going to see them…except that I guess we were not going to see them. We didn’t even seen something close to the tv show. It was hands down the worst show we’ve ever seen, ha! But, that wasn’t the fault of Hope Kids, they’re still awesome :). The best part was Beck kept talking about how excited he was that we were in “downtown city!”
Asher did such a great job on his science experiment and presentation! I couldn’t be there for the real deal, so he gave me my own personal thesis recap :).
President’s day = no school. Yea! I love these times with the boys with no school schedule. I wish I could homeschool…without the school part, ha! I love enjoying new experiences with the boys!
Sometimes the heaviness of how different our family is, and the fight we have that is so different than most families really hits hard. In February, Jeremy spoke at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Festivale, sharing his heart and pleading with people to buy science for our boys. We also traveled to D.C. to March on the Hill with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Really scary proposals were being made by President Trump that would have greatly impacted our current medical care and coverage for the boys, and most certainly would have changed what their futures would have looked like. We had to go and be a voice for our boys and our community. Thankfully, it seems as though we should be in the clear of these conversations boiling up again…please Lord.