Friday, November 17, 2017

Dance off.

Tonight was the kids school dance party. It is always a good time. Jason was such a great sport and did all the dancing with the kids. My back has been feel out of sorts lately. I had a blast watching them all be silly.
















They had a super fun photo area. The kids had a blast.

They took a few turns LOL.


Addie was possibly going to stay with us, after her original pre birth home had to change their plans. Well they ended up being able to change things back so tonight Addie left us for Colorado.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Another one down.

Arrow went to his new home today. We hit up D Bros on the way. Gosh he is cute. Love his new Dad, these pups have found the best homes I could wish for...just Aviva, and maybe Addie, left now.

His name is now Wick...one of our fave movies





































Saying hello to the girls.





































And now he is hooked.





































Things are a bit more quiet with just these two sweet angels. Ha...they are loud mouth pains in the butt who am I kidding.


They are cute....except when they are killing my dumb chickens that can't seem to figure out that the puppy pen is a danger zone.




Lots of playing, snarling, attacking and wearing each other out.







Monday, November 13, 2017

Mr. Chill

Arrow getting a nail trim this morning. Dad Lycan has serious issues about his feet, he watched in awe and shock I think LOL. Arrow is one cool dude.






































The kids school pics arrived. They turned out pretty cute. So grown up.



Sunday, November 12, 2017

Game on!

Xander played well today in both games...the team is starting to come together nicely.

He has become quite the little stealer too.


He made some baskets and got a couple rebounds!
Hayden is tired of waiting...her season doesn't start until January.



Lily finished up her 8 week musical theater camp. She never really did fall in love with it, but now she has it under her belt. Brave kids to get up in front of a big audience and sing. I couldn't do it.