We went to church today and got pounded by a Florida rain! Most people don't understand rain until you have been through a Florida storm. I LOVE IT!!! Church was wonderful. It is so nice to have so many people excited to see us there. What I think is really interesting is that there were about 3-4 different families that came up to us and told us that it took them about 20 minutes into sacrament meeting to remember that we don't live there anymore.
While we have been staying at the Da Costa's home Evan has had the best time playing with Jake and Bear, their German Shepperd's. He LOVED feeding them treats! This is Evan feeding Bear.
Later that night 3 of my students had a concert, so Natasha and I went to go and see them perform. Walmir and Irene were kind enough to watch Evan for me, so I didn't have to worry about him being loud during the performance. My kids did such a great job, and I loved having the opportunity to hear them play. It is so neat for me to know where they started and how much they have matured in their oboe skills!
I got home and headed straight for Evan's room to watch him sleep for a bit (what can I say it's my little mother thing I can't help) and this is what I found! Ever since he was little Evan puts blankets over his face ... and it is always funny. The best part? We know it is genetic! When I told his Tummy Mommy about it her jaw hit the floor. Apparently both her and the birth father sleep with the covers over their heads. Crazy eh?