Tuesday, June 24, 2014

2nd Celebrate Women's Fitness 5k


Attention ladies: Registration for the second Celebrate Women's Fitness 5k is OPEN.  And I will be there this year!!!
(Last year I only attended via FaceTime...thanks Laur!!)

(The lovely Foote Ladies)

If you remember hearing a little about this last year, it's because you did, and it was awesome. The event concept is really easy to understand:

 women of all ages 
(sisters, moms, grandmas, nieces, daughters, aunties, neighbor ladies, gal pals, etc)
 + celebrating 
(music, dancing, laughing, loving, maybe spandex maybe not, CUTE V-neck T's, and FOOD!)
 + a little bit of fitness 
(in the form of the 5k and most of the food) 
= Celebrate Women's Fitness
(Saturday September 20, 2014)

I am just thrilled that Baby J and I get to be there this year, and hopefully as many women as we love as possible (and men too, as the volunteers and cheer-ers of course).

If you already know you could use a ladies' weekend in September, plan to come join us. We will love to have you party with us. Visit http://www.celebratewf.com/ today to register. It's a steal of a deal right now. And it's going to be SO MUCH FUN.

Love, Kk

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Aunt Flo

 Sometimes Facebook is the best because you find hilarious gems like this:

Laughing so hard I almost wet my pants!!! If I had a daughter, I would so be that mom!

-Miss T

"Your Grandpa is bobbing for ovaries like a champ!"

Monday, June 9, 2014

All American Boy

KK -

T Bear played baseball this Spring.  It was a big deal because he had never played and was joining a team of experienced 6 to 8 yr olds.  

We were quite nervous for him.  Would he fail?  Would he even hit a ball pitched to him?  Would he dread playing?  Would he rise up to the challenge?  Would he become determined?  Would he be a good team mate?

I am proud to say that T Bear had a good season.  He did hit some balls.  He missed a lot of pitches.  He got on base a few times.  He scored once.  He pouted when he struck out.  He cheered for his teammates.  He got in fights with his teammates.  He got hit by the ball and cried.  He complained when his team lost. He was happy when his team finally won a game.  

I would like to thank his coaches for being extremely patient and caring.

I would like to thank Big D for being a supportive Dad during this baseball season.  I know baseball is not Big D's favorite sport, but he was at every game and practice with T Bear.  He sat through the games, helped when needed and took good care of T Bear.  

Recently we were watching commercials on the Mormon Channel.  Several of them were about fathers & sons playing baseball together.  Watch here.  I realized that my husband and son had just had an "All-American" experience by playing baseball together this year.  I am so thankful for a husband who takes time to play with our sons.

I also want to thank my dad, Poppa, for helping T Bear with baseball too.  I think playing baseball with your grandpa is part of the "All-American" dream too.  Poppa recorded and sent T Bear five training videos to help him out.  Here is a sample:

Isn't family the best?  Or really.... Family....Isn't it about time?

I love my family (much more than I love baseball)!

-Miss T

Saturday, June 7, 2014

All the boys say "Hey baby! Hey baby hey!"

Dear Miss T,

We went to a little BBQ last night for the C's oldest boy's football team. Baby J got set on a blanket, and in an instant this happened. 

Uh-oh. Boy magnet on our hands already?

But really, seeing little boys thinking a baby is cool is pretty heartwarming. I will be just fine if she loses her charm on boys though. I don't need six boys surrounding her at every BBQ she goes to. ;)

Love, KK