Liberty Inspection Group - September 2019 610.717.3082 FALL 2019


Making the Most of the Time We Have Left Together

T his school year was the beginning of a new adventure in the Earley household. Our eldest daughter, Lindsay, began high school this year, and to be completely honest, I wasn’t sure I was ready to have a high schooler just yet! This recent life change for Lindsay has really made me think about our family and making the most of the time we have left while all five of us still live under the same roof. We really only have four summers left together, and we will be damned if we don’t make them some of the greatest summers yet. In fact, this summer, we maximized the amount of time we spent together, taking three trips to the shore for coastal summer adventures. There’s nothing we love more than spending a few days on the beach and in the water.

As for our middle daughter, Paige, softball season may be quite a few months out yet, but I know she’s looking forward to another season. Paige is in seventh grade at our local middle school, which means we now have one child at every school level. It was nerve-wracking to approach this year knowing we would have to split our time between three schools, but like anything we do in a family with three active girls, my wife and I knew we would have to divide and conquer their practices, events, and competitions. Thankfully, we have some wonderful friends on each of their teams who are willing to step in and help.

Even better, in preparation for this busy school year, we had a fun summer of exploring and relaxing.

And we’ve decided to keep the fun going by involving the whole family in my wife’s Spartan Races. Currently, she’s training to compete in a Sprint, Beast, and Super twice — a double trifecta! This year, Lindsay is going to join us in the adult races, and Paige and Natalie will compete with the kids, making the event an entire family affair. As the school year ramps up, it’s important for us to have these family memories to rely on and reminisce about. After all, we only have four years of memories left to make together. –-Chris Earley

For Lindsay, one thing that has yet to change is her drive for soccer. She began training for the JV soccer team and season in August, and I know she’s looking forward to competing at a higher level. We can’t wait to see what her high school soccer career brings her, but it’s always exciting to watch your child grow. Our youngest daughter, Natalie, is a great example of this! Readers may remember that Natalie started gymnastics not too long ago, and I’m proud to say that she has moved up into a new level. She’s mastered a back-handspring and has been able to complete a crucial move to leap onto the bars. As she begins third grade, we know she’s only going to continue to grow in the sport. | 610.717.3082 | Page 1

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