Saturday, October 27, 2012
The spirit squad at the college here in Fayette held a clinic for “junior cheerleaders” on Wednesday and Friday night this week—and then they will cheer at the final home football game today. Just wanted to share a video from last night’s rehearsals:
K is extremely excited—they also got t-shirts and big-girl cheerleader bows which they will wear at the game today. Fun!
Friday, September 21, 2012
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Wednesday night was the end of the school year celebration at K’s preschool. It was fun—it lasted all of about 15 minutes. They sang songs, said a prayer, danced, got a certificate, and ate cupcakes. All in all, a good night. Here is Miss K with her teacher, Miss Jessica:
The class of 2012 of the Jordan Academy (well, part of them!):
Kicking back with Daddy after the stress of graduation:
Her class doing the “Freeze Dance”:
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
This weekend, Karina began what I’m calling “The Great Alligator/Chicken Farm” project. She gets dirt from the side of the yard (where the moles have made some lovely loose dirt messes), puts it in her Elmo buckets (left over from her 2-year Birthday party) and then climbs onto the swing. She then proceeds to scatter the dirt around the swing, feeding her “chickies.” Yesterday we not only fed her chickies, but we fed her alligators as well. She told us last night that she has a farm in the backyard, where she raises chickens and alligators. According to her reports, there are 29 chickens and 3 alligators on her farm. When I asked (it’s on the video) why the alligators didn’t eat the chickens, she answered “because they eat dirt.” Silly mommy.