Welcome to the Scharrer family's real life story! Most of our story is written for, and about, our four kids and the spice they add to our lives. It's our story of happiness, craziness, and sometimes ridiculousness. We've journaled through childbirth, the terrible two's, private school (and our public school experience), an autism diagnosis, medical school, residency, and long-term mission work in Africa.

Now we're following a new adventure, which involves a 45 foot motorcoach, homeschool, and as many ski slopes as we can go down in one year.

For posts from while we were living in Zimbabwe and updates about our future plans in Zimbabwe, please see our mission blog...

www.ourzimbabwejourney.blogspot.com.

30 April 2014

April in Pictures







playdate with our best friends
Mr. Potato Head fun!

Klaasen was the star student

T stuffed two rolls of toilet paper in the toilet

Kindergarten open house


Skogen got to go up during the sermon to help Mr. Steve demonstrate the side difference between David and Goliath






We moved everything out of the living room for new carpet!


We broke all the rules of the living room by eating and drinking in there!  We also had a big slumber party!
Wasting time at the zoo while the new carpet went in.





found Klaasen sleeping like this one night

T's first selfie

Date night!!!!!!!




Easter morning Easter baskets

The Easter Bunny hid the baskets in sneaky places this year!






We hosted several resident families for Easter lunch.








Easter Egg hunt





a report on dolphins by Maida

the kids with Nana before Maida's choir concert on Grandparents Day






Kids with Bumpa and Grandpa after Maida's choir concert


After concert treats with church friends





Torsten's heros
Birthday surprise from Grandma and Nana to the American Girl Store at the Mall of America

April snow!  T using his "snow blower"

all registered for kindergarten


Erik and I planning our life out  :)

My Blendtec blew up!

It's been a rough month for Klaasen.  Being three years old is so hard!

We write to taste life twice, once in the moment and in retrospection.”
~Anais Nin