Friday, October 3, 2014

End of Summer, Park City, First Day of School and Soccer

We capped summer off with a few really great days.
I was able to go to Pickleville with a few of my favorite friends.
It was the Best night...we laughed till we cried and got the special Pickleville treatment.
(We had a Pretty good in!)

The kids forced me to go to the fair...and the rodeo.
It actually was a blast.  Thanks to Katie and Brandie for the great night!

I love this shot...
The only time I can get them to snuggle me.
Bunco night.
A date with my favorite girls.
For my Birthday my awesome cousin Linsey gave us a night away to play in Park City.
Our first stop: Build a Bear.
Dinner on Main.
It was the BEST weekend.
We drove around and looked at mansions,
ATE great food,
went on the rides and shopped.
The funnest weekend to cap off our summer.

Sienna joined a competitive Soccer team...and we've spent an awful lot of time
carpooling and watching games, but it has been a blast!
We love her team, and it has been a great experience for Roo.
Our Annual Back to School Dinner, with half the neighborhood and Miguel.
First Day of 5th
5th!! How?
I love this kid!
And First Day of 3rd.
Love her.
So far both girls are doing wonderful in school.
I am so proud to be their mom,
and so proud to see them flourish despite what life has handed them.
They are amazing kids and teach me something every single day.
Adyson is a stunner with her pink locks.
The girls made the light team at school this year and had to be in the first day of school assembly.
They were darling.
Roos darling team.
I celebrated what would have been Trav and My 12th anniversary at the Temple with a few of my favorite people.
They get me through life.
The girls did their annual vistaun camp-and were darling.

The time I told the girls I'd give them a dollar if they danced really crazy in front of the guy at Sonic.
Guys, I am such a mature mother.
Did you know, Hammer pants are back in?
They are. 
And my girls are nailing them.
Just a selfie at church with Candi.
Nothing shocking here.
Sienna's soccer club had Aggie night at a REAL game.
She was able to escort a player on the field.
(second from the right).
It was an absolute blast.
She was beaming and the game was amazing.

More Soccer.
This time for SKY VIEW.
One day I went to help in Siennas class at school and someone had
left rotten milk in their backpack and it spilled all over the classroom.
It smelled absolutely awful.
Sienna's teacher told me Sienna cleaned it all up with clorox wipes.
After school I asked her why and she replied,
" Because I'm a leader mom, that's just what I thought I should do to help."
I am so proud of this kid!
Adyson at her checkup-
Poor kid will probably have a surgery in the works.
I'll update on that later.
October is a tough month for me,
and it's been looming over me.
I was so grateful to an in tune friend who left this on my stoop to welcome the month.
The people who have held me up over the past year never forget us and are selfless wonderful people.
We are so blessed.

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