Ok-to all my family and friends-these are Alabama outfits. I'm sorry, but it is a lot easier to make friends in Alabama when you don't cheer at the sound of Rocky Top!! So after 7 years of living here I decided to conform (plus its easier to cheer for a good/winning team). The one positive thing that you can be proud of is that I made their shirts and their pants (even if they are the wrong color)!
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Judson and Lila have started taking gymnastics. I do believe that this is the highlight of my week. It cracks me up to watch these little people try to do gymnastics. The funniest part though, is watching Lila prance around like the attention seeker she is!! Judson's class is for 3/4 year olds so he does everything with the teacher and every 5 minutes he runs over to me to ask when it is going to be over. Lila's class is a mommy and me class and I have to get out there with her.
Posted by Brooks Collins at 4:12 PM
The kids and I went to the beach in September with my parents. We had a wonderful time. The kids love the beach so much that it makes me want to take them all the time. Lila (once again) was my mom's "surf baby." The two of them love to sit in a chair at the edge of the water. Judson loves to splash in the waves. They were pretty big this time. We were both getting knocked down. My dad helped Judson fly his kite and build roads with his construction trucks. We saw several jellyfish that had washed up onto the beach. The one in the picture is actually about the size of a pizza! As always, I am ready to go back to the beach!!
Posted by Brooks Collins at 4:03 PM
Judson helped Lila go in on her first day of school. He is the best big brother! She loves it. Everyday I ask her if she wants to go to school and she says "babies" and runs to the door. I am not sure if she is talking about dolls or the other kids in her class! Judson started a new school this year. He is in the 3K program at Saint Joseph School. We are so excited about all the things he is going to learn and do this year. He loves his teacher and several of his friends from the street are in his class.
Posted by Brooks Collins at 3:48 PM