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Sunday, August 24, 2014
The girls started school on Thursday August 14 this year. It seems like our summer went by so quickly. I remember when I was in school feeling like summer went on forever and now it doesn't seem like summer is here long enough. The girls were so excited for school to start and they were excited for their new teachers. Both girls got the teachers they really wanted. Kenzley has Mrs. Dunmeyer, and Brinley has Mrs. Hancock. I can't believe I have a 1st and 2nd grader but I'm so glad they love school and go to school together.
It has been quite the adjustment in the morning but I secretly love every minute of it. I get to get Kenzley up and get her ready for school before I have to leave to take Skyeley to my mom. Steve drops Brinley off at our house in the morning and Mike takes both girls to school. Kenzley has opted to take her lunch to school everyday and is still learning to eat quickly so she has enough time in the lunch room to finish all her food. Brinley is a pro at all of this by now and loves being able to see Kenzley in the morning, at recess, and go home with her at night. I love the bond that these two have and I hope they always remain close. Kenzley's teacher also took a first day of school pic of them and I was sad to see that by the time Kenzley had her picture taken she had taken her hair out of the braid.
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After our pictures I told the girls they could have a friend come over for a lateover. Brinley choose her BFF Sage, and Kenzley choose her BFF Sadie. We had a nice dinner and the girls watched frozen, dressed up, and put on a show for us. I'm so glad my girls have great friends that they love to spend time with. Since we moved to our new neighborhood we have had a hard time making friends and feeling accepted, but I'm glad that my girls are still willing to try to make and keep friends. I think as we get older it gets harder to put ourselves out there for people to get to know, but I'm hoping that Mike and I can follow our kids' example and try a little harder to make new friends and to get to know people better.
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This year Mike and I celebrated our 6th wedding anniversary. Contrary to what a lot of people said about us in the beginning we have made it and come so far. I seriously feel so blessed to have Mike in my life and I appreciate how hard working he is. He is one of the most selfless people I know and would do anything for anyone, whether he knows them or not. Mike puts his family first and is always concerned more about our needs than his own. This year for our anniversary I couldn't really decide what I wanted, until I saw a lady on facebook that flips furniture and I knew immediately what I wanted. I wanted a cute entry table to put my wood decorations on and this lady found and made exactly what I was hoping for. Mike wanted a Nike fuel band because he wants to start getting into better shape and taking care of his health. I'm so proud of Mike and the husband and father he is to the girls and I. I know the girls absolutely look up to him and adore him and I couldn't have asked for anything more. Happy Anniversary babe!
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The next morning we got up and went to Waffle Luv for breakfast and it didn't disappoint. They are a company that has a truck that is fully equipped to make waffles and each day they park the truck at a different location. There are from St. George to Salt Lake, but they still don't have any up where we live and I was dying to try it. We plan on stopping by their store in Provo when we go to BYU football games this season.
When we were done eating we went and did our back to school shopping at the outlets and had a great day out together as a family.
The next day Mike and Kevan went golfing again and us girls stayed back and went to the pool and had a nice relaxing day. Later that night we went and saw, "The Little Mermaid," at Tuacahn. We had front row tickets and the show was AMAZING!!! I took the two older girls with me and Mike stayed in our condo with Skyeley cause she isn't old enough to go. My inlaws also went with the girls and I had and we had such a fun time together. They neglected to mention no photography during the performance so I was able to snap a few pictures before I got in trouble for taking pictures. The girls are already asking if we can go next year when they do Beauty and the Beast.
Posted by Hodson Family at 7:27 PM
In July we did a baby shower for Dr. Moyer and her new bundle of joy. It was so much fun doing everything for a boy and it was a change of pace from what I was used to. We had it catered by Café Rio, Pegah got a cake from Costco, and I brought peanut butter fingers. We played 3 different games and had some awesome prizes for our winners. The first game we played was "Guess that baby," a lot of our coworkers brought pictures of themselves as babys and we all wrote down on a piece of paper who we thought the picture was. It was a lot harder than I thought it would be, but some of the girls did great guessing.
The next game we played was pin the sperm on the egg. We saw this game on pinterest and Dr. Moyer thought it would only be appropriate for an OB/GYN office to play it. Our lovely manager designed the game and the sperm. We each wrote our name on a sperm, got blind folded, spun around, and went for the target.
We all had a great night together and enjoyed celebrating Dr. Moyer. We can't wait to meet her new little guy!
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