Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Monday, December 28, 2015
Dropped Keara off at driving school this morning. Can hardly believe she's getting ready to get her permit. Pretty sure Zeb will be the one to teach her to drive as the thought of her being old enough to be on the road scares me to death. I think she's excited but like the cool teenager she is she is not showing it.
Posted by Christine Archer at 8:30 AM
Sunday, December 27, 2015
Friday, December 25, 2015
I say it every year but my favorite part of Christmas is breakfast with the family at mom and dads house. I never eat much but I just like the warm feeling that it brings me being with everyone. The kids were spoiled by Grammy and Poppy once again. Had dinner, play games, ate lots of food and had a marvelous day. Life is good.
We had a wonderful Christmas morning. The girls let us sleep until about 7:30am which was nice. We were still tired but we had not choice but to get up and open our gifts. Blessed once again by all that we have. I think Kaylei's favorites included warm pj's, a phone and her new keyboard. Keara's favorite was all of her Captain America stuff and her planetarium for her room. Zeb got a tablet and I got a charm bracelet which we both enjoyed. Once again it's not about the gifts but about the time that we have together and that we are truly blessed and grateful.
Posted by Christine Archer at 10:00 AM
Thursday, December 24, 2015
Christmas Eve was at my house this year. Went to church at Ave Maria which was packed beyond belief. We did not all get to sit together but we did what we could. Unfortunately Keara wasn't feeling well so she wasn't able to join us. Came back to the house and had our usual party food. My friend Judith came over and helped celebrate with us. Always fun to have others join us. Went to bed saying a prayer Keara feels better tomorrow.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Another cookie day in the books. Marathon baking took place today with Kailei, Anika, Khiem and Keara's help. Of course we made the usual goodies nd it took most the day but we had lots of fun. Love, love, love this tradition with my friend Lynn and the kids. We hope someday that they will do it with their kids as well.
Posted by Christine Archer at 7:30 PM
Sunday, December 20, 2015
Saturday, December 19, 2015
The Davison Christmas was held today. We all converged at Mitch's house and Lieu and Phyllis cooked up a great meal. The kids of course enjoyed opening gifts and I got a special gift for the big boys in the family who had a lot of fun with the game I gave them. Uncle Mark gave Anika, the Pie in the Face game and and that provided lots of fun. Love this family.
Posted by Christine Archer at 10:00 PM
Friday, December 18, 2015
Saturday, December 12, 2015
Started celebrating the holidays by kicking things off with our MWCC Christmas. Every year it's been a potluck and we get the kids some goody bags. We missed a couple of the mom's but it gets harder and harder for the schedules to align perfectly. Love these moms and their families.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Just got back from a trip to Washington DC. I had a work conference there and got to stay at the beautiful Gaylord Hotel in National Harbor. The weather was absolutely gorgeous. The hotel was gorgeous. Got to go with great friends. And even got to go in and ice house and slide down an ice slide. Now that was very cold but we can check it off our bucket list.
Posted by Christine Archer at 2:53 PM
Friday, December 4, 2015
Posted by Christine Archer at 5:46 PM
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Kailei decided to play basketball for the first time. She joined the team at her school and her father couldn't have been more proud and excited. Her Uncle Mark and Uncle Mitch were as well. The season was very short but she did a great job. She's the shortest of the bunch but she's fast and she learns quick. Mark even paid her two dollars for every basket she maid. Unfortunately she only made one basket but that was better than none. Rumor has it she might do it again next year. We shall see.
Posted by Christine Archer at 5:43 PM