What a spook-tacular day we had yesterday! First, Kensington’s class all wore their pjs to school, so that was just too fun for her, then they had a class pizza party followed by a class Halloween party. Andrew, Smith and I came up for the Halloween party and had so much fun!
Here she is (in her pjs) working on their Halloween party craft…making a place mat.
This is K with one of her best little buddies Brooke.
I was in charge of bringing dessert…of course. I brought iced jumbo sugar cookies…and of course, I ate one myself!
For 45 minutes, this is what Smith did. He is the most low maintenance kid ever. Ever.
Ok, remember this post about Kensington’s first day of ballet? The thing is…she hated it. We went 3 times and she cried every time. I don’t blame her…standing there for an hour doing plies is pretty boring (I took ballet for 15 years, so I can say that with confidence), so we tried gymnastics. Well…it only took about 3 seconds for her to decide she LOVES gymnastics. Yesterday, was our 6th lesson. She loves it. Loves it! The only hitch is that she still wants to wear her ballet skirt and leotards to gymnastics…so please ignore that :).
I’m holding Smith and taking pictures through the glass, so please disregard the quality…do you see her there doing stretches. So sweet!
Smith told me to take a picture of him, so here we are waiting an hour for K to finish gymnastics.
Kensington bouncing by us on the trampoline.
I know it’s hard to tell but do you see her little feet at the end of the trampoline? She’s doing her front roll off.
This is how Smith sits for an hour every week. He just sits in my lap and looks through the glass. He has never asked to get down and run around…never cried…he just watches. Haven’t I mentioned the fact that he’s low-maintenance yet? 🙂
Walking across the lower balance beam.
Walking across the high balance beam.
Then, last night, Ebby Lee and Nixon came over for dinner while Tab and Erika went to dinner and ran some errands. Our big plan was to roast hot dogs and s’mores out by the fire on the patio. Well, it was raining, so we brought our campfire inside (so to speak). Andrew still cooked everything outside, we just had a picnic inside instead. So much fun! I love these kiddos!
Andrew roasting s’mores in the rain for the kids (and me!).
Hope you’re having a spook-tacular week too!