Friday, May 30, 2008

Swim Team

Elizabeth is on the neighborhood swim team this year. We had the first meet last night. She did well. They practice every day so it takes a lot of time.

Memorial Day Weekend

We spent our holiday weekend at the beach. Elizabeth begged to stay. She said we could just stay until it was time to go back to school. Sounds like a plan to me.
On the go carts

Playing in the sand
This is what Alexandria did mostly
While Elizabeth was at the water

1st Grade Awards

Last day of school was last week and there was an awards ceremony for the kids. I can not believe I have a 2nd grader now. How time flies.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

She has arrived!!!!

Kathryn "Kate" Wynn arrived May 23rd around 7:45pm. She is 6lb 11oz and 19 inches long. All is well. I don't have pictures to post being we are at the beach. She just would not come before our trip. Little stinker, but I am told she looks just like big brother and it is his baby not their baby but HIS baby. Cute. Hopefully Tony and Becky blog link will have pictures posted today.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day. We enjoyed our day at my Uncle and Aunts house for a delicious dinner. It is fun to share this day all together with all the family in town. I was busy getting the girls ready this morning and the thought came to me I should let dad do this and I relax, but then I thought no I wouldn't know what to do that is what I do is be the mom. (well dad's can help) My girls make me who I am - a MOM.

This picture was taken last week, but I love it of the girls.
My two precious girls.
My two lovely grandmothers.
The two girls playing outside . It was windy today.

Elizabeth with Joseph and Isabelle
Will and Elizabeth
The whole group for lunch
To my cousins and siblings:
My grandfather said the sweetest thing to me today. He said that in the car they kept talking about the great grandchildren and then he told my grandmother lets stop talking about them what about our grandchildren , so we got caught up on our grandchildren and what they were doing. Our children and grandchildren always hold a special part in our lives.