You never think the day will come when you send your little one off to pre-school, well that day is fast approaching but first we started with summer camp. I thought Saylor would be so nervous and would cry and not want to let mommy go when dropping her off, but she was the total opposite and just walked right in, turned around, blew me a kiss and said "bye mommy, you run errands, I love you". As I turned around and walked away, tears started to fill my eyes. My little peanut who was so tiny and small isn't so anymore but it's so fulfilling to see them grown and learn.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
I fell in love with the streets of Georgetown. We walked everywhere we went, and along the way, I noticed there were a lot of homes with beautiful flower boxes in there windows and beautiful front doors. I've been taking some camera classes, (which I still have no idea what I'm doing!:) but thought it was a perfect time to try out my skills!
green is my favorite color and I loved the idea of wrapping a simple ribbon around a wreath to create something so lovely
you don't see a lot of rounded entry doors and the cherrywood color is so rich and elegant
yes this was a residential home. can you image opening that door everyday.
screams traditional with a black door and lemons, I just pictured walking in and smelling fresh baked cookies at this house.
you can never go wrong with a red door
these huge trees had grown around the metal fence. i thought it was so cool looking.
Beautiful peonies were in bloom everywhere. my absolute favorite flower!
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Can't believe my baby sister graduated from Georgetown. She has fought and beat so many odds to be where she is today and I am beyond proud of her! Kortney you wear so many hats...a mom, sister, student, daughter & friend, and you do it so well and you are an inspiration to me! I love you and the skies the limit!
You rock sista!
these two little rugrats were not behaving themselves during graduation ceremony so mommy/auntie a.k.a "me" had to take them outside and hold them hostage in the box!:))
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
This was our last trip to Disney before our passes expired. I hope they have that deal again soon! But I can definitely bypass Disney in the summer. Sawyer was so excited to see Mickey but he was a little bit larger in person then he expected :) Saylor got to see "tink" and the fairies, and was on cloud nine. I remember when I found out I was going to have a girl, I thought to myself is it possible to avoid the whole Disney and princess obsession, but truth be told it's actually quite fun, and makes me feel like a kid again too. I was never the biggest fan of Disney in general, but after having kids, let's just say me and Goofy are bff's now :)