My once upon a time ago shy girl has more of a social life than most people I know. She was the one who hid under the table at 4 years old as we sang "Happy Birthday." Having attention brought to her was virtually as painful as it could get. She's turned into quite a social butterfly and with her sweet friends we don't mind a bit.
This weekend Catherine is with friends at a fishing camp for one of the girl's birthday.
Last weekend while John and I got away for the night she stayed with another sweet friend and went to her church.
I am always thankful for the pictures sent to me by moms.
Wed. was "prayer at the flagpole" I know this is done in many schools around the country. Does your school participate? It is student lead and very clear that staff is not "in charge" of getting this together. I love it and wish it was something they did each day, it's such a calming way to start a morning....students, parents and staff holding hands and saying a prayer if they choose.
(this is what happens when you continue making faces while I try to take a photo)
Volleyball is coming to an end as this week is tournaments. What a season it has been! The 7th grade team has been amazing for their first time playing, I think it is safe to say they have surprised us all. They are going to rock next year!!!
Catherine found one of our favorite people, Ms. P. and quickly posed with her.
We love you Pitt!
William has missed the Dr. so we took a little trip to get diagnosed with a double ear infection, BLAH.:(
Brooke, AKA the baby whisperer, loves to go to Aunt N's house to play with her great grandson (Brooke's 3rd cousin). Every time he cries we give him to B and she makes him stop.
Even William has to get his turn, but the dog is much more fun in his opinion.
We have a lot going on this weekend so I may have more than a weekly post this week.
This post may sit here for the next month or so if I don't hit "publish" now.
UP21 Foundation is grateful to have hosted Downsed International in St. Tammany last Thursday and Friday. The turn out was phenomenal with the 200 spots held by the parish for teachers, SLP's and admins. as well as approx.100 parents in attendance. I am thankful for such an amazing group of ladies to work with on our board and proud to call them friends.
Sue Buckley, Becky and Kelly were such fun and down to earth people.
We enjoyed every minute we had chatting with them throughout the days. Hopefully we will see them again soon in St. Tammany!