Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Annie girl

Annie's derby hat- love that she gets into this kind of stuff 

Annie's promotion ceremony at building blocks preschool 

Dance recital rehearsal- we didn't make it to the recital- she talked me out of it- it didn't take much. 

Face painting  
Annie is my new running partner. She pushed me to run faster down the flats and down hills and I literally pushed her up parts of the up hills. Proud that she made it the full 3 miles! 

A morning at Keeneland

Breakfast at the track kitchen with Candace and Jacklyn and then exploring the tracks. I'm going to miss these girls! 

This is what cooking with a baby looks like.

This is what getting my hair done by Jacklyn looks like- it's a complete gong show but I wouldn't have it any other way. 
Love my new hair cut. 

The kids earned a night at Get Air 

Walt's first taste of solids 

Spring has sprung

Spring is magical in Lexington. 

Lexington cemetery 


Baseball season

Another baseball season for gray and some how I didn't get a picture of him playing. Gray played short stop most of the time with occasional first base. He loved this season and loved that drew was able to coach as much as he did. Gray has a passion for baseball and played very well but his team won very little :) we loved cheering him on!!! 

Gray crashed on skateboard and skinned his face... 



(Watching our friends bunny for the week) 

April was a big month for Annie! She finally got to play soccer and loved it! and she learned how to ride her bike! She literally just got on her bike and rode. No crashes, no hesitation, just rode and wouldn't get off. That's all she wants to do now. Within days she was popping curbs and riding in tight circles. When Annie decides to do something, she does it! 

The rest of March

Our ward did a service project where they orders a bunch of supplies from the church headquarters and made different packets to go around the city. We made lunches for the men's shelter, feminine hygiene kits for the women's shelter, big family packages that contained food for a week, cleaning packages for the refugee shelter and i think that was it. We wanted the boys to see who would benefit from their hard work. They were able to serve lunch and then hand out the kits to those who really needed it. At first they were nervous not wanting to talk or touch anyone but by the end they were starting conversations and Annie was hanging out with a couple frank and April making bracelets. When they saw a little boy their age it confused them/ after we explained that his parents weren't able to provide food or other things for them they said they thought only adults were homeless. I hope this experience opened their eyes to how much they true have how much we can give and should give much more. 

March has been good to use- a lot warmer weather and no snow!!! 

Soccer season- it's been a wet one! Walt and I spent practices hanging out in the car. Love this face eating baby!! 
I did it again- so so gross!!! 
4 months old!!! His stats ⬇️
Big baby little sink. Hanging out in the hotel. 

For spring break we went up to Cincinnati. Went to a great park, ikea and the zoo the next day.