Friday, December 19, 2014

Micah's 3 year old Preschool Christmas Program

 This sweet little boy is four years old but is in a 3 year old class because his birthday is after September 1.  So, he was just in his first every Christmas program.  It fell on one of the busiest days ever but we did what we had to do and made it there and all the other places we had to be that day.  And, I'm glad we did.  He was so sweet up on that stage.  (Although, not all that accurate with all he was supposed to say/do/sing!)
 For so long now, (well, long as in the four years he has been alive) he has been on the sidelines cheering on his big brother.  It was an interesting turn to see him involved in something that his big brother cheered him on.  And, we were fortunate that GiGi was in town for his first ever school program.  She came to Disney with Dan's sister's family but came over to DeLand for a few days to see us.  

 And, no life event is complete for Micah without his buddy, Ms. Louise.  When he spotted her in the audience, he just grinned and grinned.  He loves so much.  (And, the feeling is totally mutual!)  




 They had a fun little bell choir that was actually quite impressive.  I'm not sure how much Micah actually rang his bell because he was blocked from my vision for 85% of the performance.  But, to hear Louise and Dan tell it, he was not so much into the group participation.  Ahem.  









 In typical Louise fashion, she came bearing gifts for these guys.  They were thrilled.  (they even shared their candy with us!)






Thursday, December 18, 2014

2014 Christmas Card

Our Christmas Cards should have arrived most everywhere they were sent so I'm posting a copy here.   Ann Axon did a great job capturing what I wanted this year.  We got some really great shots but would you believe this is the very first one she took?  And, it was exactly what I wanted.  For some reason, I can only link to the front of the card.  So, here ya go!


Monday, December 15, 2014

Mother/Son Adventure

Our Children's Ministry sponsored a day for boys and their mom.  My kids looked forward to this for weeks.  We were happy to get there and see some of our favorite friends.  





Each table had plates, paper towel rolls, tape and marbles.  We were all to build marble runs.  Some of us did better than others.  (I was in the others category!)

We even had some girl moms show up to help us!  (That is what I love about church life.  This event didn't offer anything for them but they came and worked so we could have a good experience!)

Lunch was Chickfila!  You can never go wrong with a nugget tray from CFA!

After lunch, we took off on our scavenger hunt.  As you can tell, I was quite excited about this.  (Had I known the Glenn team would not win, I would not have run so fast in the beginning!)


















It's all fun and games at the Mother/Son Adventure until someone gets one of the pom-poms that shot out of your shooter.

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