As we began packing for the big move life in Blissfield got a little bit crazy. Every time I started to pack the Sophia’s things she would bawl…It broke my heart. She is such a tender little muffin. My ‘eldest’ son Samuel was “good” as long as I didn’t touch the Lego Blocks. And the John, Peace Maker tried scaling the boxes every chance he got, which did not bring peace into my life!
So every chance we got we built family time into the schedule. June was full of one adventure after another and before we know it it was time to say goodbye.
We went to Camp-
Judson Collins Center
The United Methodist Camp Zack and I met at in 2008. This is a place that holds great memories for us. The kiddos love looking at the camp’s farm for new/baby animals. We will miss spending a week serving as camp pastor this summer.
My husband is such a wonderful Daddy. He loves teaching the kiddos about God and nature. Here they are attempting to be quiet and find animals. Judson Collins Center is located next to Hayes State Park and it is not uncommon for wild turkey, deer and an abundance of other wild creatures to find their way on to camp property.
We went up North to the Gladwin area one last time before the move. Zack’s family’s property it there and it is a wonderful place to get away. There are several new babies in the family so we left a baby swing in the trees for the others who will spend time there this summer.
He loved the extra time with Daddy!
We finished up our Wednesday night program with a meal and a talent show.
The ladies at Blissfield Emmanuel UMC enjoyed a fancy tea party.
We went to Sauder Village.
We learned so many new things about the Northern Ohio and pioneers at that time. which was fun because Zack is reading the Little house books to the kiddos.
Jed was baptized alone with 4 youth and another little one.
We finished packing with three out of the four kiddos having ear infections and on antibiotics.