Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Cohen's Soccer Game

Cohen has been playing soccer now for about 3 months on The Bulldogs. He loves the team and will probably go out for another season after the new year. He is the youngest on the field but does fairly well holding his own. The age range for the league is 5 to 7. Most of the kids are in 1st or 2nd grade. Here are some pictures from his final game of season 2.

I love that this picture shows his aggressiveness. He is substantially smaller than this kid but does not have
a problem pushing him out of the way.

Merry Christmas

We spent Thanksgiving weekend decorating the house. The kids had a great time helping out. It is fun watching them this year as they are getting older and wanting to do more. They are much more excited for Christmas than they have been in the past. I love this time of year!

My big helper.

Cohen and daddy putting up Christmas lights. He thought since he climbed on the playhouse roof at Papa's house
he would be just fine on our roof. He did great! He wasn't scared at all.

Sissy getting ready to ride her big girl bike for the first time. It took her a few times to get the peddling motion down.

Tree decorating

Wrapping Cohen's gift. She drew him such a nice picture on the paper.

Wrapping Piper's gift from Cohen. He picked it out all by himself.

She thinks she is so cool with her big cousin.

The whole group. We were able to get the front of the train.

The cousins enjoying the lights.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving

We spent Thanksgiving with The Gladden family. We decided to do family pictures at their farm before we went to Gila Bend. The kids had fun looking at the cows. We have so much to be thankful for. It was nice spending the day with good friends and company.

I asked Piper was she was thankful for, she said "Jesus." Love my little girl.

Heidi and Blakey.

My two favorite boys :)

Cohen's 5th Birthday

We had Cohen's 5th Birthday at Pump It Up. It is a facility filled with bounce houses. The kids had a blast and it was much easier than hosting a party at our house. Cohen loved it and has already asked if he can have another party next year at the same place.

The adults were even racing through the obstacles.