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The Weekend

We had a great weekend with the kids this weekend. We went shopping Friday night and they were so patient, that we decided Saturday to do a Girls/Boys Day. So Jason took Jordan to see Star Wars 3D and I took Sophia and Avery to have dessert at Corinos. Sophia was an absolute joy this weekend (she always is) but this weekend, shopping with her was so much fun. She loves to pick out the most ridiculous outfits for me, but I love her enthusiasm.

We also have been visiting our old church, Inglewood Baptist. It's where Jason and I met and were in church our entire youth. When we moved back to Grand Prairie, we knew we had to try it again. We really liked it (felt like home) so today, we rejoined! It was a nice day.

So, the day finally got nice enough and the kids were itching to get on the trampoline. Avery hates being stuck inside when the kids are out jumping. I walk in the room and this is what I see...

She looks at us and says "dit, dit" that means "jump."

Man, I love watching all four of these kids have fun. Well, three small kids and a big one.

They sit in this circle and pass the all around. Avery moves from lap to lap.

I've figured out that when my phone is fully charged, it takes pretty good, fast pictures!!

By the way, did you know that trampolines rip holes in the knees of your jeans? Well, they do.

Jason is such a good player. He will come up with a game completely spontaneously. He made up this ball game and now they play it all the time. Of course, Avery sees balls on the ground and she says, "Ball ball" until I throw the ball into the trampoline.

Our poor backyard. The corner flooded because of the rain.

Of course, the dogs found their way over there.

They. Were. Filthy.

I promise, they were. You can't really tell from the pictures.

Good weekend!!!


*Katy* said…
I LOVE trampolines! And that zebra dress is so so so cute!
Michelle said…
Jenna- Thanks for visiting my blog from Kelly's link. Thanks for the sweet comment :)

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