Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Annual Review

Our family's year-end review!

-Turned 28
-Celebrated 7th wedding anniversary
-Read 15 books in 2014. *The Giver, Sparkly Green Earrings, A Wedding Renewal in Sweetwater, Texas, *Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant, *The Fault in Our Stars, *Wild, *Gone Girl, *Heaven is For Real, The Rosie Project, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, What Alice Forgot, The Husband's Secret, Big Little Lies (* indicates movie also came out this year)
-Had strep throat twice
-Moved to Publicity position on MOPS leadership
-Returned as Girl Scout leader again
-Attended International MOPS Conference in Louisville, Kentucky
-Carved a pumpkin for the first time
-Has lost 10 lbs since Halloween! (Ahem, actually it was 15 lbs. I forgot I lost 5 lbs at the start of Summer first)
-Hosted Christmas Tea table for second year

-Had strep throat once
-Celebrated 7th wedding anniversary
-Turned 34
-Sold his Nissan he's had for almost 10 years
-Saw the lighthouse from Forrest Gump while in Maine
-Started a new job in August
-Joined adult bible study with Ashlee at our church

-Performed her last dance recital
-Had scarlet fever twice
-Had staph infection
-Went on a fun horse farm field trip, sold 130 cookie boxes and 108 fall product items with Girl Scouts
-Went on her first school field trip to a farm
-Went to her first little concert at our church
-Attended 2 VBS's
-Learned to swim a little (far from being 100% though)
-Read her first chapter book with Mommy and since read one more (Charlotte's Web and Matilda)
-Got 2nd place in community's Halloween costume contest as Wilbur from Charlotte's Web
-Turned 7
-Went to her first theater play "Madeline's Christmas"
-Joined a children's choir/drama club at church and performed her first Christmas program

-Completed her first year of preschool and gymnastics
-Was the only person in our family NOT to get strep/scarlet fever
-Became potty-trained
-Moved to big girl bed
-Started preschool 2's class and returned to MOPPETS
-Turned 3
-Sang in her first school Christmas program

Here's to hoping 2015 is even better!

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