February flew by and March is in the air ;)

I don't know why February flew by!  I have a couple pictures, but we didn't do much this month - it was rainy.  Oh - we did put an offer in on a house, and another on a different house in March.  In Feb. Kyle was in Dallas a lot for training for the Maintenance Skills Competition, I volunteered at Brady's school and at a HHW event for work, and organized a mom meet up for MLM.  Here are a few random pictures from Feb.!

Visit to Freestone Park, riding the train

Watching the rain & singing "Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head"





Someone found his stamp... they were EVERYWHERE!

Even on the bottoms of his feet, his stomach, chest, hands...

March and April are such beautiful months in AZ!  We have been getting a LOT of rain this year; it is great... except for the allergies and weeds!!  Brady had a couple weeks of really bad allergies and ear infections.  He had crazy runny eyes and he was waking up in the morning with them stuck closed.  I felt so bad for him!!


The rainy weekend of March 6th, while Daddy was working in the garage Brady and I decided to check out the Arizona Museum for Youth (AMY).  It was a pretty cool little place, next time we want to hit up the nearby AZ Museum of Natural History that is loaded with dinosaurs!




Matthew made the all-star soccer team and they had games in town on the weekend of the 12th so we got to go watch him in action.  He played great, he is a superstar and Brayden and Brady played and enjoyed cousin time while we watched the games.  Uncle Andy and Brady were twins!



Kyle finally finished extending the wheel base/new axle etc. ongoing project to the Jeep and we took it out to climb a few rocks on the 20th.  It was gorgeous weather, there was lots of water in the canyons because of all of the rain we have been getting - and it was so green!  Brady loved it, though he slept quite a bit, he is like me when it comes to motion in the car zzzzzzzzzzzzz!








Kyle finally joined his three teammates and represented SWA at a skills and knowledge competition held in Las Vegas and they took home the first place prize!!!  Kyle not only got a free week in Las Vegas and an award dinner at Morton's, but also a truckload of high-end tools (mostly Snap-On), some tool bags, boots, earphones and misc. other prizes totaling around $3k!  CONGRATS Kyle - you are AWESOME!
**pictures to come**

The last weekend in March, we went to the Swana Road-e-o, a competition of sorts for Solid Waste Drivers/Operators.  It was a lot of fun, Brady loves the garbage trucks and got to sit in one and watch the trucks go through the courses.



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