Thursday, June 30, 2016

Random Pictures from June

Pope cheer camp... my girls with Melissa's niece, Kate Bell

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Father's Day Weekend

On Saturday of Father's Day weekend, we went to visit Bert's dad at his brother's house.  We spent the day at the "beach lake".  The girls had a blast!

On Sunday we spent the day out on the lake with some of our favorite dads!

Wednesday, June 15, 2016


For Christmas, I bought Bert tickets to see Journey and the Doobie Brothers.  The weather was absolutely perfect for an outdoor concert and of course having our friends go too made it even better!

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Nashville Shower

On June 11th, we all went to Nashville for Rebeka's wedding shower.  The girls were so excited to be with Aunt Rebeka and to go to their first wedding shower.
We came the day before the shower to spend some extra time with everyone.  Elizabeth, Conner, Rebeka and I rode our bikes to the square and enjoyed some yogurt.

Hannah was throwing the shower at the house so we took Rebeka out to breakfast to get her  out of the house while it was being decorated.
Elizabeth and Caroline insisted on getting the American girl dolls ready for the shower too.
Since the dolls couldn't actually go to the shower, they had a book club meeting instead.  Ha!
I didn't snap any pictures during the shower, but this is us afterwards.  It was such a beautiful, sweet shower.
That night Bert and I took advantage of free babysitters and a generous gift card to Grays (from Hannah)... a much needed date night!

Wednesday, June 1, 2016


Caroline took a hip hop dance class this year.  A year is a long commitment for a little girl, but the performance is always worth it!  Rhythm Dance puts on a recital like I've never seen.

On the way to the recital... this girl is worn out already.

The theme was Aladdin.

Caroline's dance was called "Meet Genie's friend, Jeanie"

Some of my students are company dancers.  My girls thought they were meeting famous people!
As soon as she was back in the car, she was out!
Apparently watching the recital is just as exhausting as dancing in it.