Monday, November 14, 2011

Two Sides of the Same Coin

Well, I tried to write a post Sunday night and Blogger kept throwing errors (not be confused with throwing 'bows) so I had to call it quits. Fortunately I was able to save my code but Blogger is still being mean and won't let me copy and paste. Blurgh. So I have to start over. Double Blurgh.

On Saturday the 29th Dad and I headed to my second week of tumbling.
We started out with some stretching, made fun with the inclusion of a bean bag.


Once my hammies were sufficiently stretched, it was on some obstacle coursing, at the end of which was the giant trampoline. LOVE the big tramp but NOT a fan of the "one kid at a time rule." BOO RULES! YEA ENDANGERING TODDLERS!

LOVE the mini slide!

Tunnels; always fun.

There's no "one kid at a time" sign above the really long tramp so it's pretty much a free for all. I do less bouncing and more running on this one but it's pretty awesome.

After tumbling, Dad and I headed home where we helped Mom pick up the house for our Halloween party that night. I decided to help by detailing my car. SO HELPFUL!

I had a blast at the party but am gonna bust through these pics.
Miss Hannah and I - multiple cameras; so tricky.

Dad and I went as TWO BLACK CATS. I chose the feline route while Dad chose the firecracker route.

Aunt Darcy & Uncle Dave came as THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND.


Amelia as a GERMAN BABY and Maddie as a BEE.

Aunt Abby and Mom as Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding - complete with action shot below.


Evan as CAPTAIN AMERICA (for about 4 minutes) and Mason as a LIGHTNING MCQUEEN.

Me pushing a Car around in a car. Guess LM needed a lift?

AD tickled me once after which I asked her to do it about a hundred more times.

Piggy back rides - a new fave!

A BALL, a BALL PLAYER, baby Zack's blog premiere and an ESKIMO.

Maddie's departure, complete with leopard jammies.

1981

UD, all tuckered out. Poor kid.

While at tumbling that day, I learned how to do a somersault. And around 10pm I decided to display my new found talent...


Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,
Avery

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