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And just for fun, this is what I looked like when I created that survival kit in seventh grade.
2. My sweet little dancer received a role in Ballet Brazos' annual production of The Nutcracker. She - alongside several of her friends - will play a mouse, and she's beyond excited. Not knowing whether or not Hallie made it into the show was one of the uncertainties contributing to my anxiety last week, so this week I'm both thrilled for her and relieved to finally have a better picture of what our fall schedule will look like.
|Now that Hallie's hair is short, bun-making has become a task and |
a half and requires unheard of amounts of gel and hairspray. As
in enough to make her little ponytail stand straight up in the air.
|Ready for her audition!|
|Looking for and finding her name on the casting list...|
|…and celebrating! (I feel the need to mention that she's wearing |
half of a costume - she doesn't usually sport polyester pants…)
4. On the way home from school last Friday, Will taught his little friend Jax that if your own backpack and lunchbox aren't too heavy, the gentlemanly thing to do is offer to carry the ladies' backpacks home. Oh, the sweetness…
|That's a lot of backpacks...|
|A friend of mine braved a crowded grocery store in the wee hours of |
the morning so she could surprise her kiddos with banana splits
for breakfast. Monday's "Best Mom Ever" award went to Jen!
Linking up with High Five for Friday!