Vivian LOVED being old enough to participate in preschool last year. We had a great time and she has learned so much. We have now started her 2nd year of preschool. There are only 4 kids in the class which makes it pretty low key, but also means I have to teach more often.:) Oh well. It is a great group and it really has been a blessing for myself as well as my kids to participate in these preschool co-ops.
I wanted to document our poor boy and his "chicken pocks". My doctor said she thinks it was foliculitis, but I'm not sure. It was pretty wide spread. Oh, well, either way I'm so glad he overcame it quickly. Poor thing was so itchy and sore.
Yay, for Memorial Day. Mike and I were able to celebrate with 2 dates for our Anniversary. Here we are having dinner at a yummy Mediterranean place. Yay for hummos, I love it!
A couple weeks later we celebrated by going to see "The Phantom of the Opera". It was fun being able to introduce Mike to the actual "play" although it was the revival version and I didn't care for some of the changes they made. Oh well. I have to say it is wonderful having a live in babysitter for occasions like these. :) (We really don't take advantage of Melodee TOO much, now that she has a job anyway:))
O.K., so here are the rest of my photos from our trip to Utah. I love this first picture because all my "kiddos" were asleep. :)
The girls also got to enjoy the new Tremonton splash pad, and made some new friends in the process. We also went swimming with the Leishmans at the Nat which was great. It was like being a kid again. Nasty Natatorium floor and all.
When we got back to Bakersfield I finally convinced Emma to donate her hair to Locks of Love. It had gotten SO long and I knew it would be special for her to serve in that way. She was actually REALLY excited and ready to have short hair again. It sure matches her fun, spunky personality.
Cute boy, I'm sure lucky to have this little munchkin, he pretty much has me wrapped around his finger.
I think that about does it for our summer festivities. NOW if ONLY I could keep up with it each month. Hmm, one can only hope.