Austin is 5 Years Old!...
or he will be on June 1, 2011
We have been blessed with the most sporty, silly, handsome, fun, and all around Awesome Austin! I can't believe how fast time flies.
We celebrated on Memorial Day with family but have a big day planned tomorrow full of Elitch Gardens and Krispy Kreme.
The boys are excited to out-run everyone else. We'll see how they do...
There is no doubt my little girl loves sugar. This is what happens when I'm not paying attention for a few minutes.
I guess good 'ole Colorado will never bore you. Hail in May...lots of hail!
Last Day of Preschool
Austin had a GREAT year this year at preschool. His teachers had nothing but good things to say (way to go Austin) and we got to go celebrate with him on the last day. They had a bouncy house and all sorts of fun activities.
Austin with his teachers...Ms. Jillian, Ms. Jill, Austin, Ms. Carmen.
I also went to Evan's end of school 2nd Grade picnic. We surprised him with some donuts. All the kids wanted to sit next to Evan and his family. I will be sad when the day actually comes that mom's won't be so cool when they visit at school.
Evan was able to make it into the spelling bee this year (even though he didn't want to...haha). Only 5 kids from each 2nd grade class participated. We were so proud of him!
(yes, he is a little teary eyed since he didn't exactly win)
What is this?
That's exactly what I thought when I saw the beautiful art work my daughter created on our wall. After 30 min of the magic eraser, I decided it was just easier to get the paint out. I guess it's finally our turn to have an "artist" in the house.
Family photo shoot (this is probably the best picture we could manage to take). It just keeps getting harder and harder to get a decent shot.
Look...no training wheels!
So I left to visit my sister in Utah for 2 days and I come back to find my son riding his bike with no training wheels.
My husband said that he helped him two times (he made it a few feet each time). Then Austin saw the neighbor kid zoom by (yes, he is smaller than Austin). Austin wasn't going to be shown up by a little kid. He took off and rode down the street and hasn't looked back since then. Crazy kid!
My little Niece
Ella Joy Anderson
The picture says it all...how can you not love that face! Oh yeah, it was fun seeing you too Sacha. haha! You know I love you!
I went with Austin to the Downtown Aquarium for a preschool field trip. It was a lot of fun!
Here are a few highlights from our Spring Break Trip to Vegas. We (I guess I should say I) just wanted to go somewhere WARM for a few days. I got my wish...
Ahhh...the pool. I love sunshine and the smell of chlorine!
The garden was outside the Ethel M. Chocolate Factory.
Lindsay loved the shopping room. I guess they start young sometimes.
Taking a break in the kids craft room...
We walked on a bridge above the Hoover Dam. It was pretty neat.
St. George, Utah
On our way to Vegas we stopped in St. George and stayed with my grandma Dora. It was great . Before we left, we went on a hike and enjoyed seeing all the Indian carvings.
We took a family hike to "Rabbit Mountain." The boys did great...we may need to remember some sort of back pack for Lindsay. She kept sitting down in the middle of the trail on the way back to the car. I guess she had had enough.