Friday, January 21, 2011
I guess another reason I haven't blog is because you can find out what I am doing each day my looking at my 365 Project on Facebook. Back in December, Brad and I decided that we would document 2011 by taking a picture each day of what we are doing and post them in a folder on Facebook. At the end of the year, we will be able to look back at all the things we have done. So...go look on Facebook if you want to know what we have been up to.
I will try to blog later this weekend and catch everyone up on what the Jamesons have been doing for the month of January. No promises though! Haha!
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Avery absolutely LOVES to paint, so naturally she had a blast doing this activity.
Avery's finished masterpiece. :)
After Avery was done painting her ornament, it was time to hang it on the tree with Daddy's help.
Even Daddy and Mommy paint one each year.
Don't think we forgot about Kinley. Since we were making an ornament of her hand print, we had to wait until she was asleep so that she wouldn't move while doing it. Hers turned out really well, but it is still drying and therefore not all the way done. I will take pictures and add Kinley's to the post once it is finished. :)
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Monday, November 15, 2010
We had a blast this year taking Avery to the festival on Saturday and then going trick-or-treating Sunday night.
Since we got to church a little early for the Trunk-or-Treat, we decided to hang out in the pumpkin patch and take some pictures. :) Here are some of my favorite ones...
After a while, it was time to head over to the parking lot for the Trunk-or-Treat. Avery wasn't quite sure what she was supposed to do at first, but she soon got the hang of it. Doesn't take long for a 2 year old to realize all she has to say is "trick or treat" for someone to give her candy. Haha!
Friday, October 22, 2010
Inside the note, she wrote, "Thank you for all you do and for putting up with us. :) I couldn't have asked for a better teacher!" So sweet and EXACTLY what I needed!
Not only did it make my day (duh!) but it also made me remember why I became a teacher in the first place. Plus, it made me stop and realize that people DO see all my hard work and I AM appreciated. I may not hear it everyday, but that shouldn't matter. As long as I am the best person/Christian I can be, that is all God wants and expects of me. Thank you God for this reminder. You are amazing!!!