September 24th, 2019

Your library teacher played you the BNL song, "If I Had a Million Dollars".  You came home and sang, "If I had a million dollars, I'd buy your silence".

March 31st, 2018

First - an apology - I seriously haven't updated this in 3 years? Sorry, Goose.

Some updates:

- you are an A student
- basketball is your absolute passion
- you played on 3 teams this year
- your ankle is injured and you need PT, so your season is over
- you're handing the above really, really well: no drama
- you're incredibly handsome, and you have girls texting you telling you so
- you draw a comic for the school newspaper
- you love your religion

You are amazing. You're becoming a teen, and you have the tone of voice to prove it. You get down on yourself when you get in trouble, which you're in right now. You love your family, and when you want to you are THE BEST big brother. I love you more than I can say.

July 9, 2015

You sprained your finger at camp. It's all s swollen and bruised in the inside of your knuckle. Blech.

January 27, 2015

It's been way too long since I've posted.

Today was the Blizzard of 2015, named Juno. You spent most of it playing on the iPad or fighting with your sister, while Daddy and I played Monopoly. I kicked his butt, by the way. Tonight Rae is sleeping over - all three of you are in your sister's room. Hopefully tomorrow you'll get to go sledding for the first time.

Love you, Goose. :)

October 22nd, 2013

Last Thursday you got braces.  Last night in karate, you got moved out of the little kid group and into the big kid group, because none of the little kids could beat you.

June 20th, 2013

Last week you told me that someone on your team hit a "slam bam." ;)

May 1st, 2013

You were in a great mood, all excited because you said that everyone at school wanted to be on your basketball team.  I said, "That's great!  But I hope you're still playing with the kids who aren't as good as you are.  You're measured in life not just by how you treat the people who have what you have, but by how you treat the people who have less than you."  You replied, "I already know that, Nana taught me that."  Nice answer, kid, nice answer. :)