Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Big Boy Undies

We have been working with Xavier on potty training (FINALLY) and he is in love with his spiderman undies! Isn't this is the cutest spidey bum you have ever seen, or am I biased?


Mari was walking down the front steps last night with her hands full and lost her footing and fell. She did not want to drop what she had in her hands and landed on her face.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Boy + Crane = Happy Boy!!!!

On Saturday morning I took Xavier to see the crane where Juan was working. When he saw his daddy and the crane his eyes got as big as silver dollars! We spent about an hour watching his daddy load materials on the roof - Xavier was in heaven. Xavier LOVES heavy machinery and would of stayed all day if I would of let him. Here are some pictures for your viewing pleasure:

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Pretty in PINK...

Mari had her first soccer game today and of all the colors available her team got PINK!!! Today was her first soccer game and she did pretty good but needs to be a little more aggressive. She had a lot of fun and seems to love the sport of soccer. Below are some pictures of my "LADY TIGER":

Friday, September 11, 2009

3 is the magic number

Happy Birthday to the light of my life!

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A New Chapter Begins - Kindergarten...

She started school this morning, and she seemed so very small
As I waited here beside her in the kindergarten hall
And as she took her place beside the others in her class,
I realized how too soon those first few years can pass.

Remembering that I saw her as she first began to walk,
The words that we sounded out when she began to talk.
This little girl is much absorbed in learning how to write
It seems that she must have grown into girlhood overnight!

My eyes were blurred, but hastily I brushed the tears away.
Lest by some word or sign of mine I mar this big first day.
Oh, how I longed to stay with her and hold her by the hand,
To lead her through the places that she may not understand.

And something closely kin to fear was mingled with my pride.
I knew she'd no longer be the baby at my side.
But she must have a chance to live, to work her problems out;
The privilege to grow and learn what life is all about.
And I must share my little girl with friends at home and play.
She's not a baby anymore, Mari started school today.
(Author Unknown)