Saturday, September 8, 2007

Move Along Move Along

Well, we are almost completely done with our remodel. We just paid for the carpet and are waiting for the install. After that we just have basboards and we are done. We don't know if we are going to stay here in Willcox or not. We are really enjoying our house now that it's the way we want it to be. It's really hard to move too. Jason will get back from being in Ajo for the month in about a week. It have been hard to be here alone with the girls and all this work to be done, but we're doin it. It will be so nice to have him home and not be a single mom anymore. I feel for those that are single parents... it's not easy!

Kayla is going to be walking very soon. I just hope Jase doesn't miss it. She stands on her own pretty well, but is not quite understanding how to lift her foot and take a step. IT's fun to watch her try though. She is so explorative. I forgot how they are at this stage. It's not so hard yet because she can't walk, but once she can she is going to be into everything. Kayla just had a birthday on Aug 14th. The time goes by really fast. I did a bathtub cake for her because she loves the bath. It doesn't sound too appetizing. Kind of fun though.

Mckenna is absolutely obbssesed with her birthday. I guess because Kayla just had a birthday she thinks everyday should be her birthday. She has informed me that she is going to have a princess birthday with rainbows too. Everyone can come except Lucus... her cousin. She says that she doesn't like Lucas because he took the swing--like 5 months ago. Whatever.. right? She's funny. She is going to be starting gymnastics next week. I think she will do well. She has the build for it and is really excited about trying it. We'll see how she does.

I am keeping busy of course with the girls, but I am also the primary chorister in our ward and the Primary Program is in a couple weeks. I never realized how stressful that can be. I think the kids will do great though. I am also helping with the city league cheerleading too. The girls are working hard and it's nice to get involved in the community.

Some bad news this week that a friend of mine from High School was diagnosed with cancer. Luckily they think it is treatable, but he is undergoing kimo therapy right now. That's not fun and it just makes me thankful for what I have. I wish that I lived closer so I could see him and other friends and of course my family more often.

Not much more to write in this update.