More from the Fall - Warning, this is long.
Lots that I got behind on in the fall.
One of our favorite chickens went missing for a few hours and Kinley made signs to put up ALL around the neighborhood.
As soon as we got them all hung up, we found her in the backyard.
She had hidden in some bushes to lay an egg.
Chickens to crazy things whey they first start laying eggs.
They have no idea what's happening to them.
But, these signs were super cute.
All about Me posters and First Spirit day for these matching preschool brothers.
precious pic of Dylan sleeping his teacher texted me
Morning drop off on preschool picture day
Kinley's Walk to School day each month is one of our favorites.
We always drive to Ali's house and walk with their crew.
Ali pulled together the best See You At The Pole for our school.
She even printed out these amazing resources for the kids to have where they could read a bible verse and a prayer that pertains to that verse.
Donuts at the end for everyone!
I do not use Twitter at all but I do have one because the teachers and principals at Kinley's school use it all the time to tweet pictures of the kids and I love seeing them!
Sweet VP post about Walk to School day
It is the best day when it is International Dot Day and you show up matching your BFFs without it being planned!
Just love that the principal sent out this tweet and that they are holding hands.
Please NEVER grow up little ones. So sweet.
Kinley and Erika
A tweet from Veterans Day when Ali's brother, Kyle, came to speak in the girls class.
Kyle let kids try on his uniform and Ali sent me this pic of Kinley
The PTA Rock out Night was moved inside due to weather and it ended up being so fun!
Cute girls outside in front of the tiger.
Lunch dates with my favorite 2nd grader
Compass had its Full Moon Concert Series again and we spent an evening on the lawn watching Abba with some of our faves.
We celebrated National Night Out with the City of Colleyville with some of our favorite Colleyville residents in early October.
They really put on an awesome event with local vendors and a baseball game between the firemen and police officers and even have some retired Texas Rangers join the game.
There are scavenger hunts, bounce houses, playgrounds and even food!
Ty in a SWAT vest
Riding a police motorcycle
Finding the Police Chief to get a sticker for their scavenger hunt
Ryan got to show us how to use a fire extinguisher
Mom, Dylan, Mendy, Cannon and I went to visit Kristen & Allison at their booth at Christmas in Cowtown, visited, shopped a little and had lunch while Kinley & Ty were in school.
After lunch on the way home, we stopped by to visit Momma Gay and took a pic by the flag pole afterward like usual.
Anson had his birthday party at the Perot Museum and it was SO fun!
Ella Nordell got baptized and it was really the first one of my kids friends that they went to watch get baptized and really knew what was going on.
The Nordells were amazing and let all our playgroup go backstage and up on stage with Ella to support her.
It was so fun!
Dylan found the church magazine with the Bartels on the front and was so excited to see them on the cover.
Kinley with her sweet teacher Ms. Archer at her Fall Festival.
Ty throwing a football for a prize
Ryland's birthday celebration at his house led to a boys vs girls soccer game and the girls killed them.
But, these sideline fans are the cutest!
Dylans "silly face"
Pumpkin waffles with Ms. Kim that I had to miss but thankfully a mom friend of mine sent me these pics of Dylan. He sings "I like to whisk it whisk it" all the time.
A lot happened in the Fall and I did a terrible job of keeping up.
One day I will stay on top of it more......maybe.