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Lindsay went on a Girl Scout field trip to Born Yoga. It was such a cute place! Girls had a great time being Yogis.
A quick update on our family dog, Spike. We learned he had diabetes and will need to be on insulin for the remainder of his days. He’s in good spirits and is a trooper with his shots. He’s on a … Continue reading
Lindsay and I made her Halloween costume this year! I cute and warm owl. It was a fairly quick project once we braved the fabric store to get supplies! Lindsay did a great job cutting out the feathers while I … Continue reading
Lindsay has been very interested in learning to sew. I signed her up for a class at a local fabric store and they put on a lovely afternoon session where Lindsay got to make a Halloween bag from start to … Continue reading
Our new niece has arrived! Welcome Emery Bea Davignon! Born October 8, 2016.
Lindsay is a 3rd grader! Wow – that’s just crazy to think about. My girl is on the big-kid side of the school. Her teacher is Mrs. Bush. She was very excited for her first day. Lindsay INSISTED she get a … Continue reading
Mommy was SO excited to take the kids to Adventure Park to climb in the trees. It was a Brownie field trip, but our entire family went. Unfortunately, it wasn’t Mommy’s cup of tea. The kids and daddy, LOVE IT! … Continue reading
It’s summer and this girl is loving every minutes of it! Pink cheeks on this hot day, when she learned to ride a 2-wheeler!
It took no time at all for Lindsay to move up to the high dive at Beachwood. She was SOOOOO excited to jump (Mommy was INCREDIBLY nervous, per the usual). She bravely strutted her stuff to the end of the … Continue reading