Friday, June 20, 2008

Oh, what a week!

Well, Alex has been in the 'burg all week so she could go to TRBC's Vacation Bible School. Apparently, they go all out there. She just loves it! Also, while she was there, she went to the LCA cheerleading camp. As I have stated in a previous post, my daughter is NOT a cheerleader, but it kept her busy during the day. I can't wait to see pictures of her there. I'll be sure to post those!
So, we are going to pick her up tomorrow. It's been too quiet around the house this week and although I LOVE spending 100% of my time with Aron, I miss my Alex :(
Aron is now laughing and talking gibberish. It's really cute! He is such a happy baby! I'm so blessed :)
BTW, do you know what tomorrow is? That's right kids! IT's National Flip Flop Day at Tropical Smoothie Cafe!!! BE one of the first 500 customers in the door wearing flip flops and claim your FREE smoothie!
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Well, I'm back to the gym hard core now. I took a Zumba class yesterday. It's one hour of pure unadulterated cardio! No breaks! I was soaking wet with sweat when it was all over. I think I'm addicted to it, though! It's so fun!
Today I reorganized Alex's closet. I also gave the dog a bath. For a labradore, he sure does hate water! It's such a disaster every time I give him a bath. He is terrified of water!
Well, next week is basically a week of appointments. Aron has his first "play date" on Tuesday with my friend Missy, who had her baby boy about 6 weeks ago.
Aron also gets his 3 month pictures next week, too!
We are taking Alex to the pool on Friday, so it will be a fun week and I'm looking forward to it!
HEre is a picture of my little guy after his bath! I LOVE freshly bathed babies!!! His hair was wet, so I put a little hat on him :)
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2 comments:

Donna said...

Cute pictures of Aron:) Is that zumba class embarrassing? My church offers a class on Monday nights, but I'm a little timid to take it. Do you look silly doing it?!

Toni Rivera said...

Everybody looks silly doing it! Everyone except for the instructor, of course. You just kind of taylor it to your difficulty level. That's what makes it so much fun! No one is looking at you because everyone is staring at the instructor, trying to keep up!