Saturday, November 7, 2009
My Mom came with us to Sea World where we got to explore for a second day. I swear, if I lived in San Diego, I would just get a season pass! There is so much to see and do - and the kids were just so happy the whole time. We did have one little scare though. Logan got off of the rope climb and headed over to the arcade without telling anyone. My Mom and I searched everywhere for him and we finally found him calmly playing the demo of a racing game, not even realizing that he was "lost"!
Logan insisted on having another Cars party for his 4th birthday. Luckily we were in a whole new state with new friends, so I was okay with it. We were so glad to have my Mom there who made a fabulous cake for Logan (from scratch!) We played lots of fun games and had a "race track" in our driveway with a "real" pit-stop! We had Logan's cousins and school friends come and it was a blast!
June 2009 - We were so glad that Ashley and TJ and their cute girls could come and visit from Texas. All the cousins were so happy to play with each other and cook out. Kailey finally got to meet Tristan who is just a couple of months younger than her. It will be so fun for them as they grow up! We are glad that Jeramy's family always makes it so fun to get together.
As most of you know, Jeramy has been going to school at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville for his PhD in Engineering Physics. Even though he got a job last October, Graduation coincided with a Physics conference at UVA, so we all got to go back for graduation and Jeramy's hooding. He has put in countless hours and sacrifice to get to this point and we are all so proud of him. He has so many great ideas - I can't wait for the "real world" to see what he can do! We were also so happy to have Jeramy's parents and advisor there at the ceremony and for our little celebration where we got to see a lot of great friends that we've missed these last few months.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Logan just started soccer with some of his neighborhood friends. He loves running around on the field and getting the ball. Sometimes he's a little enthusiastic and kicks it as hard as he can out of bounds, but we are trying to teach him that he's supposed to aim for the goal. It's been very cold so far, but I think as the weather warms up, he'll enjoy it even more. His team did lose their game 4-5, but to be fair, I think we kicked it in our own goal a couple of times...