Tuesday, May 08, 2007


Lily struttin her stuff in their pajama fashion show.
All the girls.
Ready for night night---well, theoretically.
Lily's favorite present from her Nema---a pink Nintendo DS that she has been wanting forever!
She was excited to open her pink MP3 player from her dad and I.

Koala Webkinz(named Alice, by the way).
They had so much fun doing the limbo.
With her cake.
Lily organized a talent show. She did a dance. She was into it!
This was so cute, they had a play with their stuffed animals.
Before the party.
Playing outside.
The cake. It turned out so cute. The flip-flops are magnets.
All 13 of them! I'm so glad the weather was nice and they were outside a lot! I'm also so glad our basement is finished!
Lily's Luau sleepover party turned out great! I can't believe she is 8 now! My babies are growing up too fast! There were 13 girls! Actually, it went very well with only a few minor girl dramas, most of which were brought on by my bossy little girl. I think everyone had a good time, though.
Wyatt has his Intermediate School orientation tonight and they also came to school today and did a presentation. Wyatt's class will be the first class in the new school, so they couldn't do the tour that they usually do for 4th graders because the school isn't completely finished yet. They are going to have tours in the summer instead. They did a virtual tour instead. It is SOO nice. I got to sit in on the presentation today because it happened that I was filling in for a 4th grade teacher for that 45 minutes. When they were showing the slides of the new school, along with Jack Johnson music I might add, I started crying. How embarrassing! I don't think anyone noticed. I just can't believe how fast they are growing up and I think it's hit me hard lately with the realization that Wyatt is starting to go through puberty! That is REALLY affecting me! At least I know now, after discussions with others that have slightly older kids than him, that these mood swings and unpredictable emotions he's been having are normal! I think it's going to be an interesting few years coming up!