Monday, June 14, 2010

Jack takes a gymnastics class

Well the first day of gymnastics he didn't do much. He just sat there and watched the rest of the class. His teacher had to carry him whenever they would go to do something different. By the end of the class they were hanging like monkeys on the bar and he decided to try that. So this is week two, and he was so cute! He did everything he was told to do. He was always checking to make sure that I was watching.

He loves to jump around and give high fives to his teacher!

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Willy Wonka Play

Our family got free tickets to go and see the Willy Wonka Play out at Spring Mountain Ranch. There was a rare cold front that came in and it was a little chilly for the middle of June. We love being with the kids and the family that joined us. This is the only picture my camera took. I am trying to collect more. I do love this picture of Baylee and Tracy. Hopefully I can add to this later!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010


I have no idea why Baylee, at the end of dinner, decided to start rubbing her mashed potatoes in her hair. I couldn't resist filming her. She is our little comedian!

More Mashed Potatoes!

We went straight to the bath after this dinner.
She had never done anything like this before.
I think she liked the texture and decided it would make a good hair product.

We love that she knows how funny she is!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Journey Education Awards Ceremony

We had a beautiful weather for our awards ceremony. It is fun to see all the kids in their shirts, reciting some of their poems that they have learned this year and sharing their goals that they have accomplished! I have the pleasure of being fortunate enough to work with all of the kids at the school. I love them and enjoy watching them mature and grow throughout the school year.It is so sweet how Rylee likes to be the center of attention and other times not so much. She got an award for spelling and reading this year. She is always sounding things out and is a fabulous speller! She is amazing us with how independent she is with her education. We know that will take her far!
Raygen is an amazing student and is well liked by her teachers. She got a math award. She finished one and a half math books this year. She was in fourth grade and is doing seventh grade math. It is one of her favorite subjects. She also got an award for spelling. It was her achilles heel and she worked hard to master it!