Then my daughter was in a Junior Cheer Camp. They had a week long after school practice, and then they preformed Wed. night at a home boy's basketball game. She was stinking CUTE! I don't know how well you can see her in the video, but when she shakes her butt in the song, it just cracks me up! What a cute girl my little princess is!
Ian also in the last few weeks has been attending cub scouts. We got to go to his first pack meeting. How fun to watch him get his first awards. Below is a picture of him with those awards.
What a cute kid he is! He is doing so well in school and in being a big brother. His mother and I are very proud of him!
My baby boy hasn't been feeling well. We found out today that he has double ear infections and eye infections. Here is a funny picture of him. He was trying to get in to his walker to play with the toys and somehow got a little turned around. He was grunting and whining, but I was working at the computer and didn't turn around for a while. What a patient little kid. I love the picture though!
That leaves my middle son. What a silly boy he is. Very feisty and sure of himself. He is such a sweetheart when he wants to be, but can also be a little mischief maker at times. We couldn't make it without our little bug though. He can always make us smile, and we are grateful for that. This picture is of him doing his air quotes when he asked for a bag of "cereal". Cracked me up!
Thursday was our ward Christmas party. The couple in charge did an awesome job. Everyone brought presents for a project our ward is doing (we are collecting gifts for the Native Americans in South-Eastern Utah), had quilts to tie (My 5 yr. old daughter really loved doing that), and a wonderful dinner. It was nice to visit with some of my students and other ward members and friends.
I can't believe that it is almost Christmas. School has been going really well. I have such a great class this year. We have had some trials, that's for sure, but overall, they are tops. They are always giving my high-fives and wanting hugs (no thank you!). I hope they continue to see how wonderful they are and what they are capable of doing.
I am going to sign off for now. My wife is doing a boutique tomorrow in Orem with her scrapped word and frames. If anyone reading is interested in something, let us know. I am trying to talk her into doing a website, but, as she said, and I agree, she doesn't want it to be her life. We have to leave really early and will get back pretty late. It should be a good day. I hope she does super well.