I‘m just popping in for a few quick updates and a little news, including some exciting news about Jack! First of all, I’m glad you enjoyed the tips on organizing children’s rooms, I’ll share the picture I featured in that post in another post soon, so that so many of you asked about (the one with the bus) can see it better! I don’t have the art source but maybe it would be a good DIY.
Tuesday I’ll be sharing my kitchen reveal! I’m so excited to finally be done, so stay tuned for that! And now for some fun news about Jack and then a funny (but unrelated) Easter picture….
I know you all love Jack. Because you love him, you might be excited to learn he is in the final match up to earn the title Pup of the Year! He’s made it through several rounds of voting and now it is down to these two cuties, Jack & Hugo! It’s a tough competition! But how can you resist Jack’s smile? haha.
Jack has been a huge blessing to us and brings so much joy to others, I would love for him to win the honor of Pup of the Year. You can vote for him easily under his picture on Facebook with the “FINAL ROUND” title. Voting ends Sunday night.
But either way, whether he wins or is runner up, he is a wonderful pup and I am so thankful for how many friends he has. If you haven’t read his blog lately, he’s had some very funny posts. You can find his blog here and his facebook page here. My favorite recent post is the one about an incident with his toy, Big Red.
And lastly, a friend of mine shared this hilarious picture of her twins with me and said I could share it with you. It was all fun, smiles and waves at the bunny — until they realized they were SITTING on HIS LAP. HAHA! Things went downhill from there.
Her kids are so cute! I posted this on FB and we are getting such a kick out of it I know you’ll love it too (shared with permission, of course). Someday these two sweeties will laugh about it too, I’m sure. It is a classic.
Hope you have a wonderful Easter weekend with your family, and are as aware and grateful as I am for the meaning and significance of what happened that Easter 2,000 years ago.