Monday, June 01, 2009

Mom & Me and Dad & Me

Addy has loved her preschool teacher, Ms. Cindy! I am sad this week is her last week of is going to be tough to entertain this crazy girl all summer!! But, she is all signed up with Ms. Cindy for next year (that October birthday keeps her out of Kindergarten for another year). A couple weeks ago they had a special night just for kids and Moms...complete with a program of songs and dance, an art project, dessert, and some video clips of the kids telling their moms what they like about them. Then, the following week, the kids did it all over again with the Dads.
We have been feeling the squeeze on our individual time with kids since we increased our family size, so it was nice for Addy to have two special nights all to herself with mom and dad.


Carmen Goetschius 4:35 PM  

I love Addy's dress! So sweet!

Tyler 5:46 PM  

Oh this girl is so cute! I think it would be so hard to ever be upset with her, but it sounds like she has her moments! I sure miss you guys! Thanks for keeping these posts up chelle! I love them!

Adrienne Urvina 9:43 PM  

I don't think she could get any cuter. Hope to see you all soon.

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