Friday, October 17, 2008

An update..........sorry for the long delay

Our new playground. Marcus worked very hard on it.
A bath towel I added some ribbon and ball fringe to.
Our 1st picture at the Pumpkin Patch
Playing Duck Duck Goose with our preschool class friends.
On the hayride.
Beautiful Morgan

Ben and Morgan petting a baby goat.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

First Day of Preschool and More

The kids had their first day at Preschool on August 14th. That was a glorious day I must add. They are having a fabulous time at "Big School."

My honey and I went to the Alabama and Clemson game on Saturday. All I can say is..........ROLL TIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For someone who doesn't care anything about sports, I sure had a good time.

I am back to making infant hair clippies and hair bows again. These are pretty cute. I will post some pictures soon. If anyone is interested in them, please email me at


Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Daddy and Sean

Sean helping Daddy with his work. This is hilarious! I love it!

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Pictures of the crew

Here are some pictures of the kids that I took tonight. Poor puppy (he is 11 yrs old) but still my baby. He is stuck in between four three year-olds. S has a special song that he is singing...."Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis.

Monday, August 4, 2008

Fun at the grocery store

Well, I wish I could have taken pictures yesterday and today. Yesterday, I wanted to record how many times Maddie said " I want peanut jelly samich Mommy." I think she told me 50 times in 5 minutes. She wasn't happy with the grilled cheese sandwiches and pineapple chunks she got for dinner. I should have taken pictures of them running all over the house, jumping on the couches and standing on the end tables. That is what a typical day is at my house. That is what life with multiples is like. It is funny how many people we meet and they say"We want quintuplets." Like it is something you just ask for and there it is. I love our children with all my heart. Four three and a half year-olds is extremely challenging and tiring.

So, today we trek off to our local Publix store to get a few things. I should have known that it wasn't going to be good when they didn't have a big racecar buggy. I put the boys up top to drive and the girls in the buggy. Then we head to the bakery to get our four free cookies so Mommy can have a peaceful shopping trip. Well, a had the little one up top, one in the buggy and two walkers. That spells D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R!!!! The one in the bottom of the buggy proceeded to open a box of cereal. So, she became a walker. Then, the three walkers start running all over the back aisle and are not listening to me call them back. As Morgan heads back towards me, she gets run over by another customers buggy. She was fine but it scared her. That didn't stop any of them from continuing their charades. We finally make it to the checkout where Sean is writing on the screen where we can see how much our groceries are. Ben and Morgan are trying to find a way to get gumballs out and Maddie is trying to open a huge Milky Way candy bar. At that point, I definately didn't have it together. The cashier was looking at me like I was crazy because I was digging in my purse for coupons. I had $15.00 worth, so she had to wait. I am a coupon queen for those of you who may not know that. I finally got checked out and pried the kids from the gumball machines. So, when I walked out of the store, Maddie was in the top of the buggy, Morgan and Sean were walking, holding on to the buggy and I was carrying Ben with my right arm while I steered the grocery cart with the my left hand to the car. Needless to say, that was the Brewer children as a group, last time going to Publix with Mommy by herself. I must be a raving idiot for doing that trip again. Oh yeah! I do it all the time. They are usually contained much better. If you got this far, thanks for listening to me vent.
Cherie a.k.a. crazy woman in Publix today

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Look how far we have come

The first time I held Carson. He was 90 days old.



Me holding Morgan.

It seems like yesterday our babies were this small and fragile. Now they are big. Now we are still missing Carson. This is our lives. Our four beautiful children here on Earth and our son in Heaven with Jesus. We will never stop missing Carson. That will not go away until we are reunited with him again.
Our children have come so far, overcome many obstacles. They continue to amaze me everyday. I just wanted to share pics of them when they were babies. Not your typical baby pictures, but ours.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Crazy Week ahead!!!

Sean, Maddie, Morgan and Ben
Sammy getting squeezed by Sean. Poor dog is getting used to being back in the house with four three-year olds.

I know we have a crazy week ahead of us. The kids are getting ready to go back to "Big School". I have been ready............for the last two months. We have had lots of fun over the Summer, but I am ready for school to start up.

Now, I need to get on the ball and start making more hair bows for our big multiples sale that is the end of August.

Please bare with me while I get used to using this new blog. I will do my best to keep everyone updated on our crazy lives with four three-year olds.