Saturday, November 15, 2008

a two year old world

Anne had soccer this morning. (Yes, Anne, 2 years old, plays soccer... they start sports early in Carmel! I wouldn't say she exactly "plays" soccer - it is more of Gymboree with a soccer ball.) I asked Anne when she got home from soccer (this is an activity on Saturday mornings for Anne and Daddy) who all she saw at soccer... she said "Colin". Colin is her friend she met when she was 6 months old in Gymboree... we still get together on Fridays with Colin and Max (another Gymboree friend). I then asked if Colin's dad, Eric was there. "Yes." Was Leah there (Colin's mom)? "No, she was left at Colin's house." I am sure Leah and Eric would be interested to know that it is actually "Colin's house". Although, I shouldn't be surprised by this - Mike, Whitney and I live in "Anne's house" and I drive "Anne's car"... lucky Mike, he actually has his own car - but I apparently just borrow Anne's car when we need to go places :)

Here is a picture of Anne in her soccer uniform. I will also try to add a few more pictures to the "flickr" account (you can see these pictures by clicking on the box with pictures located on the left side of the blog) I also can't resist posting a picture of Whitney (just because).

Also - do not feel like you have to view this, but for anyone interested, I am including Anne's hula dancing video from this past Halloween. Hope everyone is having a good weekend!!!


Ellen said...

stroller picture is the BEST

Jill said...

I love the pictures! It looks like Whitney is ready to give the "booyah" in the stroller picture. She's learning pretty quickly!

Laurie said...

Hi there,

Your kiddos are so gorgeous!!

I found your blog through Ellen, who has left comments on my blog : )

I just wanted to let you know that we have an almost 5 month son, Dylan, who has Down syndrome as well. Like you, we found out after his birth. Dylan also had an AV canal defect and had the repair surgery almost 3 weeks ago. After 9 days in the PICU, he is home with us now and is doing very well!!

Just wanted to let you know that we are thinking of you guys.

Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions about the surgery...or about anything. It is all still so fresh in my mind...

Take good care.

Anonymous said...

These are so cute! I love the pictures and I have to say I love the picture of Anne pushing Whitney in the stroller!