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I was hosting an online Facebook party for this cool new lipstick and had included people from all times of my life…and the consultant was posting fun games for them to earn raffle entries. This one she did was so sweet and the responses made me happy cry. I’m posting it so I can look back on it when I’m having a bad day.
Tonight we combined our Saturday Night Dinner with our first Cards Against Humanity game night!
The game-winning combo. Phil won, beating Tom by one card! What a fun night…
One of my good friends, Linda, and I wearing our LuLaRoe leggings to soccer!
And you can see why I don’t often take a group shot—it’s hard to get everyone in without lots of scrunching.
We went to our friends’ house for dinner and a football game. The kids watched an early NYE countdown and had some sparkling grape juice (which none of them liked).
We’re still doing our approximately monthly dinners—and tonight was #4! We had two sets of friends on their second appearance…and one newbie couple (neighbors)! It was a bit crazy as the kids outnumbered the adults (just barely) but it was fun as usual!
I wanted him to practice floating before his lesson…but it took some bravery to actually get in. He loves the water (and he could touch the bottom) so I have no idea why he was so nervous.
So the lesson started and I was poolside, half watching him and half talking to another mom. It looked like he was doing all the same things he’d done at his last lesson, so I wasn’t watching THAT closely. Then all of a sudden he’s in front of me with the instructor and he’s holding a red ribbon and a red swim cap and she’s telling me that he passed into the next level! (To do this, he had to successfully jump into the pool, flip himself over, and float for 15 seconds…three times.)
Then as a new Turtle, he started to learn actual swim strokes! He was actually in class with his friend Gavin!
Our second dinner went just as well as the first—even with a last-minute guest switch up! One family couldn’t come because of a sick kid, so we invited Owen’s coach and his family and they were excited to come! (They’ve recently moved here as well and understand how hard it is to make friends!)
Katie had a friend she knew and Owen made a new friend (only four years old but they got along great).
Here, Tom was rescuing Lambie from the kids’ table so she didn’t get dunked in spaghetti sauce.