Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Garrett's team well is an Under 5 team. First time for everyone, but they were cute out there. I think Garrett helped score a couple of goals, but it's hard for me to tell who actually kicked the ball in since there are 8 kids right in front of the goal. Garrett's teams has only 1 girl, how does that work out? Of the game, Garrett says, "We won." I really don't know what the score was. Both teams scored several goals.
After the boys' games, we had a little down time where Nick worked on some soccer skills with the boys in the backyard, then we headed to a different school for Anna's game. For only one practice and the first game, Anna's team did quite well. They won 4-0, and Anna scored a goal! The U9 teams are not co-ed, so just girls which Anna likes. Her team has some things to work on, but it looks like it will go well.
Kegan starts tomorrow!
Monday, August 18, 2008
Thursday, August 7, 2008
Aunt Ann is in town; you know you are in for a good ride!
Ann, the kids, and I tried out the Jordan River Trail. We had a good time. Garrett lagged behind a little, but he did it!
Look Mom, "no hands."
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
For Nick's summer work party, we went boating with his manager! I do have pictures of this, I'll have to load them up. So Nick and I did a little wakeboarding. Anna did knee boarding, and everyone did some tubing. A fun day at the lake.
I took the kids to Seven Peaks Water Park. No camera here, but we had so much fun! We went on tube rides, slides, lazy river, tadpole pool, wave pool, and more slides. One of Anna's friends came along with us (Olivia). I took the kids to the slide called Flash Flood. An adult can hold one child on this slide. Well Olivia was too scared to try it by herself, so I had to send my little 4 year old Garrett by himself!! He had a life jacket on, and he did awesome!!
We have still been on the house hunt, but we are disappointed that we will not be in a house before school starts on August 18. Here Kindergarten starts a week later than the rest of the kids.