Monday, November 24, 2014
To celebrate the 50th day of school, Kindergarten dressed up in 50s clothes. When I say that her school has a theme for everything or activity for everything, I truly mean it. There is always something to do or get involved in. Personal bias, but doesn't she just look too darn cute? This this sweet, smiley little girl.
One Friday Landry and I got the pleasure to watch this little guy. Ethan, our nephew is 11 months old and just a loving child. He's laid back and will go to anybody.
The girls had their last soccer game/tournament and it was the weekend that a blizzard came through Texas. It's never this cold this early in the year. It was crazy how bad the wind. All the girls hung in there and played their little hearts out. She had a great little team and loved every minute of it. She has improved and really enjoys playing the game. She is signed up to play with a lot of the same teammates this winter (indoors thank goodness).
Thursday, November 13, 2014
My husband makes me proud every day. He works hard and goes out there and provides for his family. The girls and I could not ask for a better man to run our house. God has blessed us and we are very grateful. Hard work does pay off, and Jordan and I got to enjoy the benefits. He won a contest that allowed us to go to Playa del Carmen - Rosewood Myakoba. What a treat. The resort was beautiful and so relaxing. We ate, drank, slept, fellowshipped, and enjoyed each others company.
Where did October go? It flew by and I know November and December will only be faster. I love this time of year, because there is excitement in the air. With Halloween and colder weather, everyone starts to enjoy the holidays and spending time with friends and family.
Landry had her Pumpkin Patch Day at MDO. The kids were so excited and so darn cute. Too bad her teacher called me around 11:00 to come pick her up because she was sick. That afternoon we found out she had strep. Never a dull moment with the cooler weather.
My little shoppers
Annual face painting at the State Fair of Texas. Their daddy is smart about saving money, but when his little girls want to get their face painted he'll pay whatever. All the girls talk about when it comes to the fair is getting their faces painted.
One of Landry's little friends had her 4th birthday party. Guess what the theme was? Frozen. The girls could not take their eyes off of Elsa. She had their attention from the moment she got there. They just couldn't understand how she got to the house.
Halloween 2014 - Elsa from Frozen
Daddy was a good sport and went as a referee
Gingy and Coach were able to come over
This is Landry on our way home from New Boston. Landry and I went to New Boston to help my parents move into their new home. I could have taken a nap too. Hard work but worth the smiles on their faces while putting in new furniture.