Sunday, September 9, 2012

Catching Up

And again, it's been apologizes!
There has been a lot going on around here lately. I had my Baby Shower, which my lovely mother hosted, and it turned out pretty freakin' Awesome {if I do say so myself}! 
It was a Mad Hatter Tea Party theme, and it took a lot to set it me, I helped and it was fun! The only unfortunate part, is that I was unable to take any photos. :( I have a phone pic of some treats, but it does not do them justice!

These were HANDMADE by my Godmother, Kathy, and her daughter Katie!

 I got some pretty amazing gifts, and can seriously not wait to put them ALL to good use!

Also, we have finally finished Haylee's room, and it's pretty cute! Just like Emma's baby room, it is in no way "Girly", just the way I like it! 
And while her room is by far the smallest in the house, I figure that by the time she's a teenager she will probably not be home enough to even notice! Ha! 

Then last weekend, my Sister-In-Law got married at my In-laws' house! 
It turned out really nice, and was a super-intimate, family-only type of thing. Emma was her Flower Girl, of course! And she looked ADORABLE in her fancy dress!

Throwing her Lavender in the air!
And in the biggest news of all:: Emma is now officially a Kindergartener!!!
I cannot believe this! When I start to think about it, I cannot imagine how the time {and years} flew by so fast...
After these next two weeks are over, time can SERIOUSLY slow down! 

This little lady really lucked out with her teacher and class room! Her teacher's name is Mrs. Riggs, and she calls her classroom "The Happiest Kindergarten on Earth"! Meaning, she is obsessed with all things Disney, and Disneyland: Perfect, because so is Em! 
Her first day was last Friday, the 7th. She goes back tomorrow, Mon-Thurs 9:10-11:55. And every other Friday from 9:10-2:10. On Friday, Howard took the day off from work and we dropped her off, and picked her up together. But starting tomorrow, I am going to cut my stings loose, and let her take the bus!!

I have had some serious reservations on this topic, but after speaking to various staff at the school, and seeing first-hand how they handle the whole bus/transportation system, it seems like a good choice for her. That is, if she likes it as much as she thinks she will after tomorrow! Especially since her bus stop is just at the end of our street! 

And last but not least, I only have TWO WEEKS left until we get to meet little Haylee! I cannot wait, for so many different reasons! And while I am sure two weeks will end up flying by, for me I am sure they will not fly by soon enough!

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