The photography people have really figured out how to get money out of me. They now take school pictures twice a year – once in the fall, and then a class picture in the spring. But they reshoot the individual pictures in the spring as well, and send them home to see, and gosh darnit if Kaya doesn’t look super cute to me in every picture I see. So I buy them both! So here is spring of first grade – growing up!
The Rose family (including Maggie and her new immune system) went camping last weekend with our old preschool friends Fiona and Eric (and their parentals). It was great, except we had to skip that 1-2 hour period where you stay up and drink by the fire after the kids go to bed because it was storming. But we managed to get a good lake swim (not Maggie, of course), and have hot dogs and s’mores. I even saw Maggie’s fingernails be dirty for maybe the first time in her life! This is a picture of her eating her 47th cheese puff. Hair is getting long enough for pigtails!
Can you guess who is whom?
1) Swap immune systems with your neighbor
2) Apply sunglasses
This is the club of people who are 15+ years post transplant. Which is amazing considering the science itself is barely that old.
There was practically no rain or wind at our house, but right next to Laney’s school this happened. There were a few downed trees at the school, but nothing major.