Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Yellowstone Trip

I wish the other 3 babies could stand and hold hands with the older kids. I guess next year it will be a little easier! I love all these kids!

The hotel we stayed at had a really pretty nature walk we took the kids on!

Standing under the umbrella tree.

We had a special story time and to go along with the book I made them their own Russian dolls.

My beautiful mom holding Sadie! I am a little worried Sadie's hair might be turning blond. Laila still had brown hair until her first birthday.

It started getting hot in Yellowstone so we were happy to find a place to cool down.

My little monkey

We didn't just roast smores we made some biscupies (The original name is Woofums, if you haven't tried them you are missing out. You roast a biscuit and then fill the cups with putting, pie filling, whip cream, the possibilities are endless)

I love this picture! Grandparents are over ran with kids.

Natalia caught a mino with her hands!

I told the kids that Smokey the bear lost his hat, my kids were really into my  story and Edgar's kids didn't know who smoky was.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

End of Kindergarten

I had been so excited for her last day of Kindergarten and then I woke up with a terrible pain in my neck. It was very painful to move my head. Not a good day to start of a very important day for my Natalia.

Natalia's BFF Casie, this little girl came up with crazy stories. I am glad Natalia was able to make friend quickly.

Here he is Mr. Joshua!

Poor Mr. Joshua, he was trying to hold back tiers the whole time so he cute the program short or just sped things up.

Natalia's last project was giving an oral report on turtles. She had to make a costume so this is her turtle shell.

She was not excited about talking to people. She wore a pin the said push me and as people pushed  it she had to recite her report. I can't believer she will be in 1st grade I am looking forward to see what next year will bring but not looking forward to packing lunch, doing homework and forcing her out the door in the mornings.