Once the kids are out of school, I WILL update my blog! It is a goal of mine! Lots of fun stuff has happened in the last couple of months!
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
We had a great Valentine's Day in our family! The Sunday before we all dressed in our RED and I made a special RED dinner for us! I love holidays!
Everyone dressed in RED for church!
Love this picture of Hannah and Jaxon!
Ah, Daddy's little girl!
We had treats ready for the kids when they woke up. It is a tradition we started when Ethan was a little boy and it has continued every year!
While all the boys were at school, Hannah and I got all dressed in our pink and red for the big day! Love her to pieces!
Posted by Jill Hunt at 12:08 PM
Tyler has been wanting to do Karate forever now so we signed him up for a month course. Needless to say he LOVED it and is actually quite good at it!
He had to brake a board to get his white belt. Look at that smile!
Look at that high kick!
Getting his white belt.
During Karate practice!
Posted by Jill Hunt at 9:39 AM
The 5th and 6th graders at Ethan's school were required to do a science project for the Science Fair and Ethan had a lot of fun doing the project with his dad. Science is Ethan's favorite subject so as he got more involved, the more fun he had!
He didn't win any prizes but we were so proud of him!
Posted by Jill Hunt at 9:26 AM
Friday, February 10, 2012
Monday, February 6, 2012
It's time for me to do a little bit of catch up. I am way behind. So here is a little bit of Christmas. We spent it at Paul's parents' house since all of Paul's siblings were in town.
This was Christmas Eve. We sang songs, read the Christmas story, the kids did a fun Christmas talent show and then the cousins did a gift exchange.
I got Paul a new wedding band.
Paul got me an iPad.
The big boys got BB guns.
Hannah and her scooter.
Ethan got an electric scooter.
Tyler and Joshua got 3Ds'.
Jaxon got a pad which he calls his iPad.
All the kids waiting to go upstairs to see what Santa brought.
A few nights before Christmas the kids decorated gingerbread houses with their cousins. We do it every year.
Christmas Eve dinner.
It was a wonderful Christmas!
Posted by Jill Hunt at 3:48 PM