Friday, June 13, 2008

2nd day

Since I missed her first day of Mother's Day out I thought I would catch up now.

Grace started a Mother's Day out program this week. She seems to love it. Her teacher Ms.Tami is super sweet and told us that Grace is so adorable and sweet! Her class has only 5 other kids in it, so its nice and small. And she already knows 2 of the other kids. I think this makes it easier on her (and me too!). Yesterday (her 2nd day) she was already calling it "cool"... but I think she was really trying to say "school"... sounds like cool though.

The days Grace goes to school have also been for Emmy and I. We have enjoyed just Mommy and Emma time... which has been needed. Grace got just me for 2 solid years, so its nice to have that one on one time with my other little girl. They just grow so fast that you want to cherish every minute.

Anyway, here is a pic of Grace and I yesterday before school. Hailey told me I needed to post a pic of my new hair color (well kind of new. got it done 3 weeks ago)... a little lighter for summer and a little longer.. I'm tired of the short look so I haven't gotten it cut since January. I even wore it down for you Hailey... since it is normally in a pony tail by lunch!




8 comments:

hyperactive lu said...

Great picture!

Ashley said...

that one should be framed. I wish I looked as good as you do when my kids are only three months old. It takes A LOT longer than that for me to get back!

Megan said...

Such pretty girls!! :)

Janice said...

I wondered if you got your hair done. I LOVE IT!!!! You girls are both gorgeous!!

Barbara said...

Love the hair! Very Natural.
Glad you are remembering to do things for just yourself.
Love you...Aunt Barb.

Erin said...

Your hair looks good, of course it always does! :)

Lindsey said...

Your hair looks great!! What an adorable picture too! What a nice treat for just you and the baby to spend time together:)

Texas Aggie in Florida said...

I wish we had mother's day out programs here. They just don't do that. I had to search high and low for a preschool.