Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Maybe someday...

I will get a good picture of the girls together! Oh well! We went to play at the little houses in Allen and were pleasantly surprised that they had a cute little pumpkin display. They had a lot of fun!

Go Bears, Go Bears, Go Bears, Go Bears Go!

Hannah, Dustin, and I along with my parents made a trip to the state fair to see the Baylor Bears play football. We enjoyed the game even though the Bears lost, and enjoyed the sites of the fair as well. If only there were a few less people at the fair!:) There was an amazing petting zoo with tons of different animals . Hannah loved the goats the most. Enjoy the out of order pics, sorry about that!

She loved the cotton candy!

We went through a farm training for kids that was super cute! She practiced feeding and watering and they even gave her a dollar to spend after her goods went to the market.

Friday, October 8, 2010

My two girls!

I love looking back at pictures of Hannah to see if she and Lauren look alike. I think the resemble each other alot more than I thought they did. Hannah is just a little older in this picture, and she had so much hair! Some day Lauren will have that much too, right? I hope so. Anyways, here are my two sweet girls!

More Pumpkins!!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


The girls and I went to a little pumpkin patch today to try and take a few pictures. They had a pony ride, a maze made of hay, a bouncy slide, and a petting zoo. I was really proud of Hannah because she hasn't always been a huge fan of riding ponies or bouncy things. Today was a different story! She loved it and didn't want to stop!

This is what you get when you try to take a picture of both children. Lovely huh?

Sweet Lauren!
Checking out the animals through the fence. Both girls loved the animals.
Hannah riding the pony! She hopped right on!

The maze made of hay!

Sunday, October 3, 2010


We thought it would be fun for Hannah to try soccer this fall. So we signed her up for Rookie soccer at the YMCA. She has been looking forward to playing since we started talking about it. She is the only girl on the team, but she doesn't seem to mind! The morning started off well. She practiced kicking the ball into the goal and was ready to start. When the ref blew the whistle she and another kid just stood there. Everyone on the other team and the ringer on her team ran to the ball. But not Hannah, she just watched. HILARIOUS! I couldn't stop laughing. It got a little better as the game went on, but then she was tired and didn't want to play anymore. I don't think the team missed her contribution once she decided to stay on the sidelines. Even Uncle J and April couldn't convince her to come back into the game! Oh well, maybe next week will be better!

The snack and drinks were the best part!

You did a great job sweet girl! There is a first for everything!

Learning Fun!

I told Hannah that we could pratice writing her letters using shaving cream when Lauren went down for her morning nap. There was no way that she was going to let me forget this one! She did a wonderful job following directions and forming her letters. She's a sneaky little thing and doesn't always share what she can do! I am learning that she actually knows how to form a lot of her letters already. Great job Hannah!

We used a tray to keep the shaving cream contained.

We finished the day with gluing some "c" pictures from a magazine into her letter book.