Marley making a wish (or saying a prayer) before blowing out her candles.
Our joyful girl! Her happiness and joy for life is contagious.
All of us kids got together and bought our parents tickets to Ifly, flow rider, rock climbing, and gift cards to Tucanos for Christmas.
The following Friday was Marley's birthday and we had her birthday all planned and friends excited to come. But around the stroke of midnight on her actual birthday she woke up throwing up all over her bed. The rest of that night and next day she was so sick and miserable. I felt so horrible. I just snuggled next to her got her Gatorade, Powerade, and some salty treats. She couldn't have anything at first but by the afternoon she could keep a little bit down. So we revised and I contacted all her friends parents and scheduled her party for the following week.
We had a photo booth, games, ice cream, presents, dress up, the whole shebang!
Chloe, Brooklyn, Emma, and Annika
Jasper, Annika, Lily, Emma
Wendee Weight told me about a day where they had free ice skating and had figure skaters perform for everyone. I was surprised that there weren't many people there at all. It was awesome!
I feel like Grant is just a little mini Travis. He is so adventurous and cute and a little toe head to boot.
Marley in her cute Rapunzel wig. The girls wore their wigs to Costco, Travis doesn't understand why they love to wear them so much but I told him it is a girl thing. I would have loved to wear these long thick wigs too. I remember having a long pony tail wig when I was younger and I remember wanting to wear it everywhere.
Kaydence would go out like this whenever we got freshly fallen snow. The cold never bothered her anyway.
My parents came down one weekend and Travis and my dad went ice fishing on Pine View Reservoir. It was gorgeous up there and the sun was shining.
So my mom took us all the Museum of Natural Curiosity. IT. WAS. AWESOME. They had so much there it was a day of full fledged fun. The biggest jungle gym climbing area, a whole town that had everything you could imagine in there, and water area where the kids were getting wet and having a blast.
It was big enough for adults to go through the whole thing with the kids.
The magic store, they had a magician and was letting the kids help with all his tricks.
Seeing how long they could hold on like a sloth.
The water portion of the building we saved for last, for good reason.
These seats were pretty cool. They could sit in these seats without getting wet (except for what they splashed on themselves, which was actually quite a bit) and just play with the water that is surrounding them.
The tornado simulator was a great way to dry off at the end.
Kesler has a long attention span, well for a kid his age. He would stay at a center or activity for a long time, while a lot of other kids would be there for a couple seconds and zoom off to the next thing.