Here are a few of the small things that made our June so fun! More posts to come on the end of the school year, Finley's dance recital, her first t-ball game, All Stars, and probably other things that I am forgetting. Ha!
June began with Field Day for these four. They are best friends! Reesie and her friend on the right were in the same morning Kindergarten class last year, and her two friends on left had the same teacher in the afternoon. They were inseparable this year.
In February, Reesie came home in tears because her best friend, Hunter, told her she was moving to South Carolina this summer. There were literally MONTHS of tears from her because of it. I told her she needed to make sure that the last few months were the best, and she did!
Reesie decided that she needed to up her skin care routine this summer. Long sleeved rash guard, large straw hat, check! #redhairdocare
In case anyone is looking for a great summer drink...this is my fave! The WalMart Clear American waters mixed with Moscato are the best. I like to mix in peach or strawberry.
We set up the pool in the backyard and they had a picnic on the deck.
Pony pictures were taken in May, but we got them back in June. I can't believe how much bigger Hudson looks in a year's time. Ah! He's going to Kindergarten in the fall!
This podcast is my new favorite. I LOVE The West Wing, but no one was talking about it when I watched it. Now watching an episode a week on Netflix and listening is awesome, especially since I've now seen every episode too many times to count.
Poor Jeter was stuck in his crate for the entire day while we were at Sand Soccer. He was ready to dole out some love when we got home!
Hudson's class celebrated the final week of school (and their Dr. Seuss unit) with a Wacky Wednesday.
Which gave me flashbacks to two years ago when Reesie had her Wacky Wednesday in Ms. Cathy's class, too!
We had a pizza party/trophy night for the baseball team, and then the moms went out for a bit!
I had to get a picture of Hudson with his buddies on the last day of school. He has had the best year and the greatest group of friends in his class since he started preschool.
He and Mason have been together since the very beginning and they have been best buddies. I am so sad that they are going to different schools this fall! They will still be friends, though. Baseball buddies, too!
I believe Finley's exact words in this situation were "Reese, you've been bad, and I'm going to need to tell your Mom about this."
After a long day at the baseball fields, it obviously makes sense to come home and run more catching drills, right?
She had her going away party for Hunter at the same time as one of Wyatt's games. I dropped her off to play, and when we came home we sat on the porch and talked for awhile.
FQB was excited to see "Finding Dory" in the movie theater.
They found a nest in the backyard, and lined up to check for eggs. Wyatt was ready to tell us exactly which kind of bird was living in the nest.
One last sleepover before Hunter moved!
We made frames for their rooms with pictures from Field Day.
And the next morning she left our house and moved to South Carolina!
I ended up with an extra kid at my house one night after baseball practice. And there's no escaping baseball with this group.