Thursday, January 15, 2009

Family fun at Chick-fil-a

We went to family night at Chick-fil-a on Tuesday. Kyndal had a blast, they had somebody name conductor Jack there to sing songs and entertain the kids. Kyndal danced and did some hand motions to some of the songs. She also loved baby cow who she hugged and gave high fives to. She got her face painted and got a balloon creation, a pink flower that she could put on her wrist.

I didn't bring my camera, I wish I got a picture of her with the cow. But I did get some of her face and balloon once we got home.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Little Kicks Tumbling

Kyndal started tumbling class yesterday. They offer it at her school and they take her out of class one day a week during class playtime to go to tumbling. Sometimes Kyndal is a little shy when trying new things at first and it takes her a while to warm up, apparently this was not so with tumbling. Her teacher emailed me and this is what she wrote:

"I just wanted to let you know that Kyndal did a SUPER job in class today. I know that you said she was a little shy, but she jumped right in a took off. She was ready to go!!!!!"

She came home and told us all about it and left her daddy a voicemail at work. She told us that she jumped like Alvin and the Chimpmunks (which means on a trampoline), she said that she put her head on the cheese and showed us how she did a somersault. We had no idea what that meant, but come to find out they call the incline mat "Mr. Cheese", LOL! She said she crawled through the tunnel and showed us all sorts of things. She loves it!!

Monday, January 12, 2009


Here is the newspaper article that featured Kyndal's picture.
Better late than never, right? I know it isn't Christmas time anymore, but I thought some of you might like to see it.

Thursday, January 1, 2009


We are sad Christmas is over, it was so much fun this year. It was very special to teach Kyndal why we celebrate Christmas. She can tell you why, although of course she doesn't know what it all means quite yet. She one day will, but for now she knows it is to Celebrate Jesus' Birthday. Here is a slideshow of some Christmas pictures. First Christmas morning at home, then at Nana and Papa McConaha's and then off to Nana and Papaw Kennedy's. I also threw in some pictures at the end of some of our holiday decor. I am sad to see it all come down.

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Also here is my favorite picture of the Holiday. It really expresses her joy, she was opening her Handy Manny toy in this picture. I think it was her favorite toy, even better than the little red car.