Friday, December 25, 2009

Monday, December 21, 2009

Busy December...Lets catch up

In the beginning of the month Daniel had basketball evaluations to play basketball thru our churches Upward Sports Program. It will be a challenge for him, as the baskets are 8 ft tall for his age group, but he is up for the challenge and very excited about playing which starts in January. Stefan will be assistant coaching Daniel's Team.




Here he is trying to make a basket with Pastor Barry cheering him on.















Next Daniel had his Christmas Program at School. He did very well singing this year and was smiling the whole time. Sydney enjoyed herself. She loved all the singing and kids. Afterwards they served cake to celebrate Jesus birthday.















Then the Snow Storm came. We ended up with about 6-7 inches of snow, with a layer of ice on top. It looked like a winter wonder land.

















I had Sydney so bundled up she could not walk, so Stefan walked her around the backyard. I had to take a picture after we came in from the snow of her crazy curly hair and red cheeks. She wanted to stay out forever.















Daniel was very proud of the snow man that he and daddy made.

















Lastly, this is a picture of Sydney all dressed up for church this Sunday and she was by the tree so I thought lets try to get her to smile, no such luck, but she is still a cutie.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Something old and something kinda new

Well I was tired of Sydney playing with trucks and boy toys, that I finally stopped being lazy and looked for her baby stroller she got for her birthday, but that got quickly packed up at the old house, as it was scratching the floor, and with us trying to sell the house, scratches were not good. So I found it and then decided to give her one of my old dolls from when I was a little girl. Not sure how young I was as it is in great shape, has a weird spell but febreze should work that out. Well she loves it. She wants to keep taking it in and out of the stroller, which she needs mom's help to do.