Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Well, we did it. We registered Hannah for kindergarten. KIN-DER-GAR-TEN people. Man, I am old. Anyway, doesn't she look scared, unsure and overwhelmed? Oh wait, that's ME.
In true Hannah-ness, she took registration by storm. She already knows a couple of the teachers and about 4-5 students through church and dance class. She was walking around waving to everyone like a beauty pageant winner. Of course, Mommy cried like a baby as we left, but that's besides the point.
Looks like we've got nothing to worry about. I'm more worried about myself. Any suggestions for the first day of school? I'm thinking either Valium or a shot of whiskey. Or maybe BOTH.
Here's Hannah's flower that they added to the wall of upcoming kindergarteners. Too cute (of course it is pink).
Thank you for fourteen wonderful years of marriage. The traditional gift for fourteen years of marriage is ivory. Hmmm, not so sure about that. And the modern 14th anniversary gift is gold. Now, that's better. Since you are getting neither (hee hee), I hope tickets to Wicked will suffice.
Loves you. -K
Monday, April 26, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
Several weeks ago we took the kids to the "Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show". While Chris and I felt like we have seen the show before... we went to the Disney On Ice show the year before, the kids seemed to be very well entertained.
Besides, ANY show is good if its got Cinderella in it. At least accordingly to Hannah.
My favorite part was when Hannah was jumping up and down on Chris's lap. But I'm sick like that. Hee hee. :-)
Friday, April 09, 2010
Monday, April 05, 2010
First, I must start with an apology.
I left my camera at work this past weekend so I have NO pictures for Easter. I was sick pretty much all last week, so I blame my cold. Chris took a couple of pictures with his phone, so I hope to figure out how to get them off his phone and onto my computer soon. In the meantime, these pictures were taken the weekend before and since they are all Eastery, I figured they could tide you over.
Thank you for your support.
Last weekend, we went to the first Moonlight Polar Bear Walk at the Asheboro Zoo. We liked the idea of having the zoo sort of "to ourselves" and also have the chance to watch a polar bear in action. Usually when we go to the zoo, the polar bear is sleeping. :-(
Mr Polar Bear was really playful and the zookeepers did a very nice job of explaining the polar bears eating habits and preferred toys, etc. (who knew that polar bears love to play with phone books?)
We were not allowed to take flash pictures in the zoo, so we just took a couple of pictures to prove we were there. "-)