Aaron attached his Mario stickers to his bedroom wall and his room looks fun. His toy collections and lego creations reflect his fun-loving, creative, animator personality. He loves to collect Toy Story characters because Toy Story was the first feature-length, computer-animated film produced by Pixar.
The kids and I are enjoying the pool. In this Georgia hot and humid heat you have to find something to do outdoors that is tolerable and swimming is it. We don't lounge around the pool for hours on end everyday but I do try to take the kids swimming 3 or 4 times a week for an hour and half or so. The pools open at 10:00 AM and that seems to be the prime time to go if you want to have the pool to yourself. :D The crowd starts to trickle in around 11:00. I get a kick out of watching the little tots swim. I have some catching up to do on my tan. Some of these mamas (bronze beauties) have their golden glow on, where as I am sporting more of a Pillsbury white, puffy, dough girl look! Hey, I try to stand out in a crowd! LOL!!!
Yes, we still have family pizza night! I am trying to lay off the pizza but I still make it for the kids. It just isn't Friday night without that blasted pizza. :D
Sydney making some chocolate pudding for dessert. I didn't have any!
Being held captive on that healthy bandwagon!
With Aaron's birthday right around the corner, I am making plans for his special day. He will be 13 on July 5th! I can hardly believe that!
Here's to getting settled in Georgia! ~Tracy
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