Sunday, June 4 was our church's Promotion Sunday where kids move up Sunday School classes if they move up to certain grade levels. Remy was SO excited to move up to the Kinder class and out of "Preschool" one, she picked out a fancy dress to wear for the occasion!
Monday, June 5 the girls started full-time Summer camp together!
It was also David's 37th birthday! Additionally, I moved to full-time at my job! Big day! So I ran out at lunch and got David his favorite cake from a well-known Houston baker since I felt bad we couldn't go out for a fancy dinner or anything. This new full-time, getting home about 7pm is taking some getting used to!
But we enjoyed dinner (just leftovers and some mac n cheese added to it) at home with the girls and cake and presents!
Very excited about Daddy's card she signed lol We got David some new outdoor plates and utensil caddy because we decided to eat more meals outside when we can and when it's not too hot.
Remy, on Thur, June 8 and how she feels about first week of Summer camp. Baby girl cried every night after coming home, just because she was so tired and worn out! We did take her to the pool 2 nights this week to practice swim also since they moved practice to mornings now and we can't attend those. I'd never seen her so cranky so many days in a row. It's been a huge adjustment!
Saturday was her last swim meet, a home one thank goodness!
She was excited her friend Kate who just moved out of our neighborhood was there, on the opposing team tho.
I went to check on her while waiting for her event and found her holding up a team sign watching the older kids swim. She looked so cute! I told her that was sweet of them to do that to cheer on our team. She said "instead of yelling go, go, go over and over, we'll just hold this up." Ha!
She did so good until she got towards the end....
....and got disqualified for grabbing on the rope and pulling herself forward. I felt so bad because I know she had a really long and hard week and we couldn't practice as much as I'd hoped. She also lost 2 seconds on her time.
But we're proud, so so proud, of how much she accomplished this year on swim team and the HUGE improvement she's made! She's not a really strong swimmer, which was our goal. And we're also glad to have our Saturday mornings back! (She opted to not attend Divisionals next weekend that Rylie did last year because the pool is super deep and indoor and scary for kids this age, which is fine by us)