Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Aiden's First Grade Program- Rodeo of the Ozarks!

I honestly can't believe that the little boy who I swore had Selective Mutism had a part in his First Grade Program!

 Aiden's "son" Blake, in their song about A Father's Love. Yee Haw! 
All of the performances this year have featured some crazy-talented Turnbow teachers! Who knew!?
 

 So cute! 


 And the teachers ROCKED an awesome line dance to Cotton Eyed Joe!
 Ms. Burris even had a solo and totally killed it! 
  It was so impressive!
 Aiden's cheering section! 
Good job, Aiden!! We love you!!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Happy Easter 2014!

We got to do our annual Easter Egg dying at Nanny and Papa's house.  



 My masterpieces! 
Then we did our annual Easter Egg dying at home.


Saturday morning, we went to Nana's to celebrate. 
 After that, we missed our church's egg hunt by about 3 minutes so took the sad kiddos to Spring Fest.
And we got some Bliss so it was all good. 
The next morning, the Easter Bunny came!  
 I think Matt and I have raised them right in the competitive egg hunting department!






 Obligatory Easter family picture. ;) Selfie!



 Nanny and Papa's egg hunt!


 Next up, Karnes Easter at Aunt Kellie's. 
 And GO! Haha! Aiden, mid-air!


 Woo Hoo! THE Golden Egg!
 Sweet Teagan had lots of helpers (i.e. big kids who wanted to hunt, but were too cool to do so). ;)
Cousins! Faster, faster! 
 And finally, the egg hunt at Grandma and Grandpas! 
It was a beautiful day to celebrate Jesus' resurrection! 



Friday, April 11, 2014

Buddy

Well, it was time for Buddy's big surgery.
 He was so brave! And we found out he also had a double ear infection. Bless his heart.
 He was excited to be picked up and go home!
 He DROOLS a lot in the car! I thought sure he had acquired rabies while at the vet.
Brinkley spent the day at the salon and she was happy to be home too! Unfortunately, she had to go back the next day too, because it didn't even look like she went to the salon!
I'm just glad it's over. As I am sure Buddy is too! ASome red neck kids (maybe ours) have decided to say the words "nuts" and "balls" about a million times over the last few days!