Maya was part of the Stars of Tomorrow Johnson County benefit last night. She was a "pink lady" in the Grease Medley that Jen and Bill performed. She loves dancing and they had so much fun!
Joe is building Jacob a new big bed! He's been working on it with all of his tools, which Jacob just loves. Jacob got out all of his tools to go "help" Dad. :)
Jacob and I checked out the Healthy Kids Day at the Y after we dropped Gabi off at a friend's house to play and while Maya was at dance lessons yesterday. He was shaking with excitement when he got to sit in the police truck and the helicopter!
|Flight for Life|
|Maya helped me to shovel the driveway last Friday so we could get out to go to school!!|
We had a snow day with no electricity last Tuesday! Our wood burning stove keeps our house extra toasty, especially when you build a comfy fort right in front of it! The kids spent most of the day in the huge fort.
|Jacob loved having his sisters home for the day.|
Gabi dressed up and did a presentation for Career Day last week. She chose to dress up like a rancher. We laughed because this is definitely the "going to town/rodeo rancher look," not the usual daily wear of a rancher (dirty coveralls and muck boots this time of year.) :)
All of the second graders did a performance called, "Goal!" It had a soccer theme and turned out pretty cute. Maya was very into the performance and even had a little rap solo!
|Maya with her best buddies|
Nicole and her friend brought their horses over while they were home for Easter. The girls love riding.
It has been so wet this Spring, so it is a good time to clear wood out and burn it. We put these kids to good use on their day off from school.
The girls had their Spring piano recitals. This was Maya's 1st year and Gabi's 3rd year. I can't get Gabi's video to load for some reason. Here is Maya's rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. :)
Finally, Maya had her Spring dance recital today. She took lessons from a different person this year. It was a trade-off...she learned a ton more and the expectations were higher, but since this was the teacher's first year, there were no big recitals (aka...no fancy costumes to buy)! Instead, her class performed at the Senior Center today, much to the delight of Buffalo's elderly after they finished up their Sunday lunch. :)