Updates from Kory....
Jaylie June and her doll both wearing their gowns.
I sent this picture to Celia, Kanyon's physical therapist in Longview. I remember when he was just a tiny guy and she would put him in the swing in our back yard and started teaching him to move his legs up and down to swing. He does it with no trouble now. While I realize that was at least 8 years ago that she started working on that, its still so fun to see him do something new. Its a nice reminder that though the pace is often super slow, the boy usually finds a way to do it!
The Ice Queen made an appearance at the 4th of July parade. We aren't really sure what this Ice Queen thing is...she's at our Winter Fair but we aren't sure if she crowned herself ice queen and just decided to make it a thing or if it was actually someone's idea. She is literally missing a front tooth so whatevs. Its the way we roll here in rural America.
Our favorite float in the parade!
We loved this guy driving his wagon with ropes on his tractor. Pretty fancy!
A sour cream peach pie to celebrate!
Gram had 4 kittens she was ready to get rid of so we did some advertisement of her to try and find them a new home.
Tye and Rachael's puppies had grown so much while we were gone. The cute little fur balls!
Jaylie was the happiest to see her Daddy of course, but Murphy came in a close second. Reunited and it feels so good!
A very fancy lady in her cape gown and jewels.
A little lemonade stand on a sunny day!
Kanyon spotted this rock they are sitting on and said it looked like a hamburger! So Hamburger rock it is!!
Juney girl was a rock climbing maniac. She was feeling soooooo proud of herself.
A hot summer day demands a dip in the creek. (unless you're me and I try to stay out because I think its FREEZING)
It didn't take Drake long to have a farmers tan to impress all his city friends back home. Here's our summer work gang comparing tan lines.
The kids had fun jumping off the tubes into the creek.
Happy in the water, as always..
Jona and Juney drying off in the sun and looking really cute!
The first summer I lived here I almost died when I saw these huge dandelions. I STILL LOVE THEM SO MUCH! And this freckled face, snuggle tooth boy makes me love them more!