Kristine (sister) turned 20 today! She is no longer a teenager. Her birthday celebration started on Monday with bowling and Pizza and finished today with a mexican dinner and pinata. Grandma , Jeff, and benji
Brooklyn and Addie
Trey is an awesome bowler
Kristine and Thea's cake. it is also Thea's birthday today
Trey and Peyton had to get their annual Mohawks.
I am really concerned about PJ. His favorite toys in the pinata were the necklaces, bracelets and rings.
Landan is gone for his semi-Annual Moab trip with his bros. My kids wanted to have some fun too. So of course we made pizzas. I am really proud of myself for allowing Addie and the boys to really be the ones assembling the pizzas. They did a great Job!
Peyton actually enjoyed putting on the items.
Ready to go in the oven. Trey's belly is full by now. He ate more than he put on top. Side note: the boys are shirtless because they are going through a phase where they insist on having their shirts off when they are home.
Enjoying their hard work. Delicious!
Cheers. I let them have Mt Dew tonight. Probably a big mistake
I tried to get them tired by playing ring around the rosies, basketball and races. Hopefully they will go to sleep tonight.
Finding Peyton doing something he shouldn't happens a couple dozen times a day. I wish that made it easier to deal with, but it just means I am in a constant state of frustration, shock and dismay. How can this sweet little face cause such disasters??
So for the second time this week, I have caught Peyton covered from head to toe in Vaseline.
We also went to the canyon today. I just needed an adventure with the kids while Landan watched boring Football. It was fun for a very short period of time. Then Peyton decided he was going to try and dive in the rushing water. We went home.
Trey started preschool today! I had Carlene do the dirty work and take him. He cried all the way to preschool but stopped the screaming and just whimpered once they arrived. The teachers said he did pretty good. He had a couple moments of sadness but participated the majority of the time. I have to say that I am quite pleased. It could have been much much worse. Trey and cousin Hallie arriving at preschool.
Trey before he left. I don't think he was sure about this
I have a good husband ( a little grouchy sometimes) and three beautiful children.When I am not indulging in the joys of motherhood, you may find me teaching dance to kindergartners or coaching Special Olympics.