Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Thank You Basketball

I have been playing basketball a couple of times a month on Saturdays since I had Caylee six months ago. Today I decided to go for a run instead of a bike ride. I am not good at running, usually after a quarter of a mile I need to start walking, but for the first time in my life I ran 2 miles without stopping once while pushing a stroller (Bryce ran alongside me as best he could half of the way). I am so proud of myself and excited to see what I can do next. Again I say THANK YOU BASKETBALL, for making me into a runner!

First Bad Report From School

Bryce has been in pre-schoool for 3 weeks now and loves it, I can see such improvements in him already. Everyday when I go pick him up his teacher gives us a report and all of them have been great, until yesterday. I was DEVASTATED! I know I shouldn't have been, but I was. Bryce and I had a talk and we discussed what he did wrong and why he did not get any candy from his teacher, but still I wonder what else can I do. I want to know that he is learning from his mistakes, but he is only almost 3, so maybe I should give him a little slack. :)

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Kelly Beach Trip

The couple that started it all. My parents were wonderful and invited all of us to the beach in August for a week. It was incredible. I took a ton of photos, but am only posting a couple of them. My Mom asked for a picture of her and Dad for their Christmas card and we got this, I think that they look great!

Here is my Dad with our Cousins Tessa and Conner from Utah, they came out to join us and we are so glad they did, we had a lot of fun with them.

Who would have thought that a man with three married children and four grandkids, could ride the waves like this.

Roy brought his surf boards, but the waves were not large enough for him to ride, but Bryce loved it. He and Roy were playing like this all on their own, I was so happy I had my camera.

Sean and Alena, so in love. I really like the shadow behind them in this picture, as well and them.