Friday, September 25, 2009

Aren't They The Cutest?

I had to share these super cute pictures I had taken of Max and Quincy a couple of months ago. I had good intentions of having the pictures taken right at Q's 4-year-birthday and Max's 18-month mark, but I'm a slacker and didn't get them done until August. The photographer's name is Abbey Kyhl and I think she is freaking fantastic! Her website is if you're in the area and needing a super photographer at a super price. Enjoy my kids!

Oh, I just want to eat them up!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Back to School- Part 2

Quincy started back up to preschool this morning. She was ecstatic to be going again. She switched schools this year, and will now be in a class filled mostly with kids from the neighborhood. In fact, we're afraid that cute Miss Wendy might just consider an early retirement after she gets done with this crew. Q hopped right out of bed this morning and couldn't wait to put on her new school clothes. My favorite part was the cute red ballet flats, but Quincy quickly learned, that fashion is more important than function; not too comfortable by the end of the day. Oh well. The price us girls pay.

Q's besties-Daxton and Ainslee

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Back to School

The boys started school nearly two weeks ago and have loved every minute of it! I'm so lucky to have kids that enjoy going. Neither of them have any close friends in their classes (in fact, Treyson didn't know even one boy in his class. Got to love the merging of schools!), but have had such good attitudes about going and making new friends. Tanner is a big second-grader and is really liking his teacher, Mrs. Morris. Trey has moved onto middle school and sixth-grade. I have to say, I've been more nervous for this transition than he has. I remember too clearly some of the stupid things that happen in middle school (I mean to other kids. Not me-I was a perfect angel!). That first day of school I was so nervous that he wouldn't find anybody to sit with at lunch or have anyone to hang out with at break. Luckily, he breezed through his day, finding some of his baseball buddies that had gone to different elementaries, but now can hang out together. Quincy, Max, and I have just tried to stay busy and entertain ourselves while the big boys are away. I love being back on a schedule, but I sure miss them while they're gone!