This year we made it to the right class so we were one step ahead of last year. Our only setback was when Carson decided to put a gob of brown glitter makeup on his face then rub it off on his shirt so we did a quick change with left mom with no time to do hair or makeup or change clothes.
The kids sang "The Love Bug" You had to find someone to hug.
Love that at this age whether they are in the middle of a hockey game or on stage they are looking for you and wave! As they get older they say, "Don't take my picture, Don't cheer for me, Don't come watch me it's embarrassing." But deep down I know they still want us to come watch them.
Carson's fabulous teacher that looks like a million bucks! He really loves her and is going to miss her and the other teachers next year. One teacher spends a ton of time making a DVD to music of pictures throughout the year and when Carson watched it he looked so sad and said, "Mom my heart is telling me it wants to go back to Play School."
Time for a sister picture
One of us didn't brush our hair and the other has icing sugar on their mouth from a Timbit. Can you tell which is which?
This was about an hour before Dad got home. We were all hungry and tired after Dad was away for five days. For supper the kids had saltine crackers and sausage and I had crackers and cold meatloaf. I let Ellie get herself dressed after the tub.
Backwards, too big and mismatched.