Kenidi started her first day of Pre-First grade today!! She was so excited to meet her new teachers Tar and Cassie. She is now doing full day and so far she loves it. Last year she complained about it and she was always so exhausted so I decided to switch her back to half day, but we had a talk about that and she knows that we just need to get to bed earlier if she starts feeling tired at school.
Britynn started walking on the 8th and has two new bottom molars! She now has 10 teeth! She is so cute walking all over the place.
Kaden read his first word the other day (Stop) I was really surprised. We are going to work together more now that Kenidi is in school.
We got an offer on a house and I am just waiting to see the pictures they send, if we accept the offer then the move in date is the 23rd. I am sure we wont make it out that soon and we have 90 days to move in. I am really feeling lazy lately, I have taken a bunch of pictures but I am just not in the mood to upload and wait forever. Well that's it for now.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Thursday, August 4, 2011
This has helped us. Perhaps it will help you-Linda and Allen
Thought for today
“Of course, attentive parents and loved ones can nurture many aspects of a child’s potential and teach many skills. But each person comes with plans and covenants and predispositions already in place. As nurturing efforts go forward, parents and teachers soon reach that core of the premortal spirit that will not respond to the most skillful shaping efforts. This girl is going to play basketball no matter how many dolls we give her. It is peaceful wisdom to realize the formative power of pre-mortal events and to recognize the validity of many different attributes, strengths and weakness in the people who cross our path, as they work out their own salvation. Since we can never be sure what the Lord is doing with a person, it is our opportunity to consider staying out of the way.”
“Light in the Wilderness,” M. Catherine Thomas, P71
The will of God never takes you to where the grace of God will not protect you
Do what is right for those you love and then TRUST God
Sometimes RIGHT is hard
Posted by sherra at Thursday, August 04, 2011