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Kids In the Hood....

This whole weekend has kind of been a blur.

Friday, my friend Kate came down to hang out with me. I was SOOO excited to see her. She still lives in McKinney and now that I moved away from there, we don't get to see each other nearly as often. She drove down and spent the night. Even my sister Leslie got to hang out with us!

We went to Louie Louie's Dueling Piano Bar, and I can't remember the last time I laughed so much. It was great fun! We caught up at dinner, but then we just went and had a good time!


At the end of the night, we were all drinking coke, water, and taking Tylenol. My, how things change after you turn 30.


Saturday was my work picnic. It was HOT! Avery hung in there though. We went to this cool park in Irving that had a really neat playground. If it hadn't been so hot, it would have been awesome!


She gets the rosiest cheeks, always has!


She even played some games with Daddy!








"I'm HOT Mom!"







Saturday night was Colbi's last shower. I can't believe she will be here in less than a month! I will be gone for vacation July 9-12, Brooke, you hold her in till I get back!

The shower was alot of fun. Lots of friends of my family's that we've grown up with. There are four toddlers now, they were pretty entertaining. I guess that's how life is, as adults, when you've hung around the same people for years and years, and you've run out of things to talk about, life gives you grandkids. Ha!

I'd like to thank my contributing photographers this week, Brooke and Dave, for the pictures I am about to show you!






And here are a large group of adults that have molded and shaped a new generation of us youngsters throughout the years. Now that's scary.


Have a great Monday!

Comments

Brooklynn said…
You make me laugh Jenna. That outfit Avery wore to the picnic is SO cute! She looks adorable!

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