Sunday, June 21, 2009

Project 365, Week 25

June 14
We had a small graveside service to bury Shaun's grandmother.

June 15
Shaun, Avery and Amanda came to my OB appointment. Avery took over the camera and Amanda helped the doctor.


June 16
My friend Shelva was in town so she and her two little ones came over for a visit. It was a bit crazy but we still had fun. A little different now than "the good 'ole days" when we would talk over breakfast for four hours...but we know we'll get those back someday. :)

June 17
Amanda's last dance class and a pre-recital photo shoot.

June 18
Where I spent a good portion of my day. Shaun's grandparents were off for the day and Shaun hung around for the rainy morning so I could make a dent in my work. Love the productive days! I'm trying to catch up, keep up and get ahead on work before the baby comes. We usually slow down in the summer anyway, so it should be good timing.

June 19
After all the rain we've been having, conditions were perfect for playing at Daddy's softball game.

June 20
A big day for our family...Amanda had her first dance recital and Avery had her birthday party.





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9 comments:

Jackie @ Our Moments Our Memories said...

Lisa, I can't tell you how much I've missed dropping by here. Your blog is one of my favorites, and you know I just love your girls. Avery is getting pretty good with the camera - takes after her mama! Happy Birthday, sweet girl.

bentonflocke said...

all are wonderful pictures!!

TCKK said...

fun photos!

skoots1mom said...

how sweet are all those kids?
love our pics
thx for sharing
hv a good week

Heather of the EO said...

I love it. Every week, I love it :)

Dena said...

The recital photo takes me back to when my girls were little....so sweet watching them dance at that age. Love the OB photo, you have a good little photographer helping you out. :)

Darla said...

Avery looks so happy in her B Day picture! i love it.

Elizabeth said...

The belly shot is the best! And I love recital pics. My mom still has some of mine on display, and they're 25 years old. You will treasure them forever.

rita said...

Fun-filled week!
Reminded me of granddaughter's early recitals. Now she'a beautiful dancer and dance teacher!
Next Friday we find out about grandbaby #5!