2. What I do not like to watch on TV is baseball. We were watching Little League last week and that's fun. I love to read how tall and giant those 11 year old boys are and the random facts they put up about them. MLB is just not enough to keep my interest and I have two problems with it. The first is the fact that the coaches wear the uniforms. Really? It just looks silly. Basketball coaches wear suits and football coaches wear khakis. Why do baseball coaches wear the entire uniform? And I find the signals ridiculous. The signs between the catcher, pitcher, and coach just look dumb. My husband has tried to explain to me the importance of all the face touching but I just don't get it. Isn't there another way? Jason loves baseball and this is totally just my opinion.
3. Packy started 4K this year so this means he has to start coming to "big church" and sitting with us until it's time for the children to leave and go to "children's church". The problem is that this started the month Jason is ushering so I have all the kids by myself. Packy has done great for the most part but I did carry him out this past week with my hand over his mouth and plopped him down in front of his dad. Quick talk with dad and he was great the rest of the service. Sundays are hard. I feel like Satan gives it everything he's got on Sunday. Monday morning at the gym was filled with stories of how hard church was. Some of the biggest fights I remember my parents having were before church (usually involving my dad polishing our English sandals with white polish). By the way, I have no answer for this. It's just hard.