Monday, January 2, 2017

Random Summer Happenings

Let me start off this post by saying Happy New Year 2017!!! I will still be blogging the last half of 2015...oh well. I am bound and determined to catch back up. Although, this has been easy while we have been at the beach and our schedules have been "quiet".

So, along with events throughout summer 2015, we also just had days to hang out. We also went to a lot of baseball always.

The biggest happening for Kyle that summer was just prior to his fourth birthday, he learned to ride his bike without training wheels!!! It took him about fifteen minutes to figure it out and then he was off. I attribute this to the use of a balance bike or strider just like Anna used before learning to ride a bike.

We always try to go to the neighborhood pool as much as possible...
 ...and use pretzel sticks as cigars.

When at baseball games, all Anna and Kyle care about is the playground situation. If it has a good playground, then they are okay with going. Obviously, this makes it difficult for me to see all of the game if the playground is out of the area of the field Brice is on. But, with some awesome help from grandparents, we try to rotate who takes them to play.

 Random day at the mall and then of course dress up time for Anna and me.
 Yes, this is my wedding veil and an old dance costume. We were having a tea party.

 Above is what happens when you eat blue Ring Pops. They know they get one per game. And, below is Kyle's poor face after slamming into the bleachers at one of the games. He was trying to clean up empty Coke bottles underneath and stood up and started running before looking. I was so glad his eye was okay. This picture was actually from the next day. The day it happened, it looked awful!

Anna did a tennis camp for the second summer in a row. She seemed to really enjoy it but for summer 2016, she opted out because the sessions were an hour longer than these and "it's hot"...

Another random summer day where we met friends to play in some fountains. The old married couple shrieked and giggled the whole time.

And, last but certainly not least, Brice's All Star team made it to state this summer. This place was oh so hot, I don't even remember where exactly we were except south Georgia near The Little White House. Brice's team did very well and I was excited for them to be able to compete in the state tournament for the second summer in a row.

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