, we started off trying to get some New Years pics of the girls.
Camden and Claire discovered they could dress Carlyle up.
We dressed up for church and Carlyle wore her dress and bonnet. So cute!
Our family went to Baylor for a basketball game. Go Bears!!
The month of February
was fun for the girls! They loved preparing for Valentine's Day!
Camden joined two of her friends at Tyler Junior College's Belle Babes. She went to the college and met with the Apache Belles, learned a dance routine and performed it at half-time at one of the basketball games. She had a lot of fun and looked really cute!
And we got snow...a very rare occurence and the girls LOVED it!
The month of March
seemed to have a theme-flowers, flowers, flowers! We made a visit to Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Farm to take some pictures in these beautiful flowers.
Then just a few pics of my girls.
Carlyle turned 6 months old.
And every year my mom and I take the girls to the Azalea Trails, stroll around and try to get some cute pictures. Love this tradition!April
also had a theme-EASTER! First there was Easter egg dying.
Then, the annual Easter egg hunt at our church.
And, finally more Easter fun at Nana and Papa's house and Marme' and Pops' house.
We started off the month of May
with Camden playing t-ball. She had alot of fun and was really pretty good.
On Mother's Day, we had Carlyle's baby dedication at church. All of our family joined us, which was so nice.
Carlyle got in a baby pool for the first time, sporting her bikini.
We attended Camden's Pre-K graduation.
And we celebrated Memorial Day with our flag dresses. Just love these dresses!!!June
was a busy, busy month. This month consisted of dressing up,
and more swimming,
posing for pictures,
more sno cones,
a trip to the Ft. Worth Zoo,
dessert at the American Girl Bistro,
and finally, PJ day at school. Whew...told you it was busy.
We enjoyed spending lots of time with family in July
We had fun at Chuck E. Cheese.
And lots more fun in the water.
We also took a tour of Camden's new school and met her principal, Mrs. Sustaire. She was so kind and made Camden feel so welcome. I'm pretty sure Camden has the best principal (except for her Daddy) and the best teacher!!
Camden and Claire love playing together and had so much fun this summer.
They love having their little sister right in the middle of all the fun (at least most of the time).August
was a big month! Camden started Kindergarten and she was SO excited! She loves school, loves her teacher and loves her friends. She amazes me at the knowledge that she retains! We are so glad that she has such a desire to learn!
This month we also celebrated Claire's 4th birthday! I can't believe that in 7 short months, Claire will turn 5 AND start Kindergarten. WOW!September
was a great month! Carlyle loves the swing at church and loves to take naps in it.
We celebrated Carlyle's 1st birthday with an Ice Cream theme party. It was so much fun! We had so many friends and family that joined us on this special day!
We ended the month with a trip to the East Texas State Fair. Oh what fun!!!October
was full of fall fun! First we went to the pumpkin patch.
Camden celebrated her 6th birthday!
More pictures with the pumpkins.
Made a visit to Waco for Baylor Homecoming.
Took more naps in the swing at church.
And dressed up for Halloween.
We spent NOVEMBER
being thankful for family and spending alot of time with our cousins.
Uncle Jeremy came to visit and all three girls couldn't get enough of him. They had the best time playing with him. He was a good sport and I'm sure he loved all the attention he got from his favorite nieces.
And Camden's school had a Veteran's Day program where they honored veterans. Camden invited her Papa, since he is a veteran and her class made him a special card. They sang some great patriotic songs and did a wonderful job!DECEMBER
was a very busy month. It started off with Camden losing her first tooth! She was so excited. Now she has 3 more that are loose.
Then we had our annual Gingerbread house decorating party. All the kids had a blast!
Jeremy and I took Camden and Claire to ride the Polar Express. It was a neat experience, even if the girls were a little scared of the train.
As homeroom mom for Camden's class, I planned and organized the Christmas party. Everyone seemed to have a great time!
We kept up with our tradition of making Christmas cookies with Nana.
We celebrated Jesus' birthday.
We had a great Christmas together with both our families.
And we rang in the New Year with smores and sparklers.
What a great 2010! Looking forward to an even better 2011!