Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Busy Life of 6

 
This is a typical evening at our house. 
 
My favorite thing about living in the country is all the room to play outside.
 
Our busy summer days have come to a close and we've started a new school year.
 
This year we have 3 in school. Our Madeline started kindergarten! What a big day for our sweetie.

 We had a final summer outing before school started to the American Girl store in Dallas.
 
 All I can say is WOW!
 
We had a fantastic time!
 Both little girls brought their dolls to join us in afternoon tea.
 Katelyn and Nana joined in on the fun. A girls never too old to play dolls.
 The little girls before the first day of school. Madeline was up and ready 30 minutes before we had to leave. Caroline had no idea she was going to get Mommy all to herself.
 All fixed up and ready for the 1st day.
 
Girls take sure careful consideration what to wear compared to Will who slapped on a shirt from last year and was ready to go back.
 Here she is with her backpack in place ready to start class. This is where Mommy started to tear up.
 This year our oldest daughter made Captain of her drill team!
 
We are beyond thrilled and so proud of her hard work. This team has a very dedicated leader.
 Will continues to be our master lego builder.
 
Since Mommy refuses to put up real deer antlers on the wall Will made his own lego sculpture.
We had a wonderful summer and it flew by very quickly.
 
 In a few short months we will be welcoming another baby girl.
 
She still doesn't have a name but we've got it narrowed down to a few. We might wait until she arrives and see what name fits her best. 

2 comments:

Dina said...

Glad to see an update. The kids look so much older! And you look great with your little belly!

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