I just found this post that I started and didn't publish because I was waiting to get a picture off Mike's phone. Oh well, here they are. Clara is Belle, Adam was Woody riding Bullseye, Jonas was Gandolf the wizard from Lord of the Rings, Greta was an ice princess, and Levi a skeleton.
Saturday, November 6, 2010
Greta on her 6th birthday ready for school, eating her breakfast donut on the red "special day" dishes- a fun family tradition that we have. I love her face as she realizes that her present is a day at horse camp. She has loved horses for 4 years now and is now old enough to go to our local stable. She was able to be with horses for 6 hours- riding, grooming, and petting them. She had a great day and knew all about the individual horses when we picked her up. She can't wait to go back. The evening of her birthday we went to the park and then to the State Fair for her celebration. Those pictures are on Mike's camera. Greta is still very tall for her age and has enjoyed Kindergarten. She is doing well playing with friends and getting her work done. The first week of school she came home and asked "How many hours long is school?" She has put 6 pounds on since this summer when she was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and Grave's disease. We are so glad that she has responded well to treatment. She is the sweetest, joyful little girl.
Posted by Baranie at 12:27 AM
Yes, I am behind with my blogging. I will start the catch up process. Our neighborhood takes a meal to our fire station every Sept 11 as a thank you. Adam was so excited to go this year and the firemen were so patient showing us around and letting the kids check things out.
Posted by Baranie at 12:08 AM