In January- I turned 31. Frannie started ballet.
In February- Frannie turned 5.
I spent my time nursing a chubby baby and quelling tantrums.
In March- I let Frannie quit ballet. We spent Tuesdays at the park.
In April- Jason turned 34. He ran his first Mud Run.
We became more of a bicycle family than a dancing family.
In May- Natalie turned 1! I signed Frannie up for gymnastics. We finally went camping!
In June- Adam turned 3. He took his first train ride to a baseball game with Daddy, Grandpa Tom, Uncle Ryan and Grandpa Marr. He still talks about it!
In July- It was hot.
Natalie learned that possession is nine-tenths of the law.
In August- More running.
No more training wheels! Jason taught him super-fast.
And just hangin' out
.In September-Frannie started kindergarten.
I hosted my 15th Bradley Reunion
Jason fixed up this bike
And then took pictures of it around town
|He's so silly! Gotta love him!|
In October- We had the Marr-Camarillo wedding
|Kevin, Stef's Dad, Frances, Bryan, Stefanie, Alex|
Adam loves trains! "Choo! Choo!"
In November- More time at the park
Time with Reemie.
I had fun with hairstyles
Natalie turned 18 months. I started noticing her super-messy destructive side. I'll say that now I notice it every day. She's my most "into everything" kid yet! If there's a bowl, she'll upend it. If there's crayons she'll dump them or eat them and spit out the bits. When I go into the kitchen there is pantry food like cake mix boxes all out on my floor. She trails my yarn through the house. Squishes toothpaste tubes. Draws on herself. Climbs onto the table. Empties the bathroom drawer. And then CRIES and kicks when you remove her. Yep. It's going to be a long year ahead!
Time with family
|Ryan, Doreen, Jenny, Jason|
Jason also did his first mountain bike race since high school but I can't find a picture of it.
In December- I went Black Friday shopping for the first time (well technically end of November.) Just wanted to do it because it seemed sorta fun. And it was! Although I'm undecided if I'll do it again.
And resting over winter break