Friday, June 18, 2010



We have a future softball star in our family!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Sweet Kids

These are some recent pictures that I took of the kids…they will be framed and put on the wall!




Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Caroline’s Kindergarten Program

Caroline’s class had their end of the year program today.   They sang a bunch of songs (all of them had movements!) and it was just the cutest!  Here are a bunch of pictures of them singing…

(Caroline is wearing the white t-shirt and jean shorts)





Here is a video of them singing…


The program was cute as a button and kids had worked so hard preparing for it.  The kids also gave their awesome teacher (Mrs. Crawford) a gift, a necklace with her monogram on the front and the year on the back and also a gift card to a spa.  She cried and thanked them all.  Every single child had a smile of pride on their faces when she opened her gifts…so cute.

Oh, I almost forgot…each child stood up and introduced themselves and told us what they wanted to be when they grew up.  Caroline stood up and said, “My name is Caroline and I want to be a scientist when I grow up”.  Aww, she makes her Momma and Daddy proud!!

William’s End of the Year Celebration

Today Josh and I went to William’s school for the end of the year celebration.  There were 4 students in William’s class that graduated and are going to Kindergarten next school year.  The beginning of the program was a video of all the pictures that the teachers took throughout the year of all the activities the class did.  It was really cute and the pictures were put to music so it was very nice.  It was neat to see how much the kids had grown since the beginning of the school year. 


After the video we had a snack.  William ate Cheetos.


Then the students walked over the ‘bridge’, which represented them graduating to Kindergarten.  William thought it was fun to smile for the camera!


And finally, the kids sang their favorite songs.  One song identified body parts…"put your finger on your head, on your head.  put your finger on your nose, on your nose”.  And William was able to identify all the body parts that were in the song!



His teachers put together a bag for the kids to take home filled with CD’s of the favorite songs that they sing during circle time, pictures and bubbles.  It was very nice and I am feeling very blessed to have these wonderful teachers in William’s life.