With school ending for me, kindergarten wrapping up for Carter, Andy’s golf season kicking back up, and crazy Charlie just being his crazy self, I missed some cool stuff lately! So, in all of its photographic glory, here’s some Chalupa awesome’ness!
I love it when Charlie sits at the window, looking out excitedly! It’s like he knows life is out there, waiting for him to go grab it!
LOVE these TWO! I found Andy’s shirt at Target last Father’s Day, and Charlie’s shirt at a consignment store. Two peas in a plaid-pod!
Carter got her “baby root canal” on the 16th. It’s really just a crown, and I think the dentist called it baby root canal to freak us all out (successful!), but Carter did wonderfully! She wasn’t afraid and she never complained! She took it like a Champ!
We were told “no hard foods.” It doesn’t get much softer than cake and ice cream!
May 17th was our 8th wedding anniversary. Andy sent me these gorgeous flowers at school with the sweetest card. Who knew?! After 8 years (plus the 6 before we were married!), he still likes me!
Charlie and I (more like just I) broke out the chalk to draw the Story of Us. We got this far and he’d totally lost interest 🙂
This is Carter’s “Little Boy Love” song she wrote for her brother. I will treasure it forever!
Carter Kay: 1st Grader!
5/26 was Carter’s last day of kindergarten. From now until August 15th, we will do nothing but fun things!
The final performance of our reader’s theater at school with our 8th graders. They were crazy, goofy, button-pushers and at times excessive, but I love ’em!
This one melts my heart! My kids ONLY get to write on my white board once all year (it drives me crazy how they’re obsessed with it, and it’s a waste of markers and their time!). They spend all of the last day popping in, writing notes and running out. It’s pretty funny! They’re usually goofy things like “HAGS” (have a great summer) or “You will miss us cause we’re the best” or something silly. THIS note, however, was written by one tough little cookie. She was a kid on Day One I thought I’d go toe to toe with daily. By Day 180, she was a whole different story. This one will have a place in my heart (and possibly, I in hers, too) for a long time.