Monday, October 20, 2014

Still in School

Practicing the cardinal moves

This was not my very first birth that I was there to catch because the doctor couldn't get there in time, but this was awesome! This was what the mom gave me the next day!

When I am tired, I read in bed with my headlight...then I fall asleep.

My expected clinical start is Jan 2015. I hope to be graduated by October 2015!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Mom comes for her Fall Break 2014/ Gage turns 4!

We had so much fun. Time just flies when she is here. We do our best to squeeze in lots of fun and memories. It was so fun to have mom here.

Daybreak Park

Ma is brushing off sand from Gage's pants. Love their smiles. 

 Gage's actual birthday

 Build a Bear

Ma treated gage to his first build-a bear. This is "Captain Toothless"

 Payson Farm

The kids loved this corn pit

Petting Zoo

 Gage talks to Grandma Julene and Grandad on his birthday

 Birthday Boy

Getting Festive for Halloween

 Pumpkin Carving

Love her!

The Aquarium

 Beauty Shop

The Hale Center Theater: Damn Yankees

We were going to do a smiling selfie, but decided a weird face would turn out better! Anyway, we both LOVED this production. What a great story. 

Peruvian Restaurant with the Diaz Crew

Menches for Fro-Yo

Game Night

Left, Right, Center

Fun times with Ma! I wish we were closer. Until next time....

The Thursday before his birthday Gage celebrated at preschool 

Saturday, October 11, 2014

5th Grade Wax Museum

Jenna did a nice job on her Wax Museum project. The students had to chose an American in history to study. They then had to write, memorize a monologue, and dress up like that person to present in class and to visitors.
Jenna wanted to be unique and she has a interest in the human body, so choosing Mary Breckenridge was a good option for her. Mary Breckenridge was a pioneer in home-health nursing, public health nursing, and nurse-midwifery. She is the founder of Frontier Nursing University where nurses obtain an advance- practice degree.

Mary Breckenridge

Jenn's classroom