Saturday, January 5, 2013

Ava has made it to the 62% of the BMI index. She is officially off the watch list for her weight!!!

Ava 48.5 inches tall, 52.5 pounds

Olivia 50 3/4 inches tall, 53.5 pounds

Gavin 33.5 inches tall, roughly 30 pounds

Thursday, November 29, 2012


Gavin 16 month appt

33 3/4 inches tall 95%
28 pounds 75- 90%
48 1/2 cm head circ 75- 90%

Ava 5.5years old
47 inches tall
54 pounds

Olivia 7 years old
50 inches
54 pounds

Monday, July 9, 2012

Height and weight check

Olivia 49.5 inches 51 pounds
Ava 46.5 inches 51 pounds

Gavaroo 23 pounds 11.5 months old

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Breaking Boards

You know what's cool about my kids? THEY KICK ASS!!!
Ava received an award for doing her cota.
Liv too received the award for performing well.
Ava attempted to break the board with her fist.
But managed to get the job done with her foot.

Liv had no problem breaking that board with her fist. KIYA!!!!!
A well deserved smile.
Great job girls!!!

Sunday, May 20, 2012

My Birthday #38

 This year I turned 26- AGAIN!!!! Okay so maybe those just happened to be the two candles we had but it was sure better than 62!
 After my party the girls built and shot off a rocket they won from science week. Ava had guess the right amount of swedish fish in a bowl (she guessed 763 but there was 768.. being the closest guesser) and she won this rocket kit.
 And me and my hombre took a siesta. AHHHH!
 He slept like a baby.
And then he woke up and we played. Nice birthday. Hope to turn 26 again next year.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Random May Moments

So these are some random May moments. I have finally gotten around to pulling off all 400+ pictures off my phone and these are the last to share.

The new attire someone special will be wearing to his next A's game. You can see for yourself he LOVES it.
The girls made a friend during science week.

This was the day we were all sick. It hit me in the morning. Dave stayed home to take care of the kids, to get them to school, and Ava's filed trip. He got sick seconds before leaving. The kids seemed fine until they got home from their respective places. Within an hour they were throwing up too. Good times.

This was a gift from a friend. It is size 18 months and has not been washed. My nine month old is a giant.

He who control the remote wins---> WINNING!
Ava geared up for her friend's party in a castle in the park yesterday.
While she was playing princess and running around Olivia and Nick were catching crawfish with hot dogs. They were loving it. When Ava's party ended all the kids fished, rode the rides, had lunch, and fished some more.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Casting & Riding

They really mean it when they say teach a man to fish and he can feed himself.

Last weekend we took the girls to the marina so Olivia could try to ride her big bike without the training wheels. It took one try and she was cruising the parking lot. Smiling from ear to ear, that little girl was racing.

When I had first mentioned to Dave that it was time to remove the training wheels he was very hesitant. I kept saying she is now tall enough to almost touch the ground. I think she has a 16in bike or a 20in.. Whatever it is it is tall. Liv too felt she was ready. What was the worst that can happen I had told her.. You decided you want the wheels back on and we put them on. No biggie.

Ha. She didn't need them. Nor did she need to be over protected.

So after the riding we took the kids fishing. Ava sat next to me and Liv sat next to Dave and we fished off of opposite sides of the Pier. With Ava I casted out her pole and walked away. She told me she needed to reel it and and cast it out herself. Okay with me... it was her pole... I told her how to hold the button and when to throw it out. So she casted that pole right out there and wham. Her bobber hit the water right next to mine. After that she practiced the rest of the day. Ava can now fish for herself.

And then there's camp David. Olivia wasn't so lucky. She was micromanaged from every angle and angry she didn't get to cast her pole out herself. After listening to those two go at it I said to Dave that it was HER pole and maybe she should do what she wants with it. Go figure after a few short tries she was casting her fishing pole by herself and then taught some boys who came by too.