End of Year Christmas Letter
We’ve mailed our Christmas cards! Last year I didn’t send them out until half way through January, so yay me. I thought I’d share my brief year in review with my bloggy friends. There was so much I could have rambled on and on about… (edited for the world wide web, LOL)
K (13) is now in her last year of middle school. She got braces in February and has had a great time picking new colors each month to coordinate with holidays. She is enjoying young women’s and went to camp for the first time this year, but left early due to pneumonia. She has been improving her piano playing.
A1 (11) started middle school, and as far as I can tell is in heaven. She is our social butterfly extraordinaire! She completed her Faith in God Award. She is a great helper to us around the house, and C loves his big sister. Both girls have been singing with me in choir at church.
A2 (8) turned eight and was baptized. Many of the older women in the ward call him little Bishop because he is so attentive to everyone and looks sharp in his suit. He also started cub scouts and loves it!
C (4) rules the house. He loves his trucks and plays Bob the Builder outside for hours on end. He doesn’t need anyone to play with him as long as he’s working on his road or “pouring cement”. He loves going to IKEA to play in the play area.
Goals for 2011:
Hubby—run a 1/2 marathon in February and a full marathon in April. Do something interesting enough to put in our Christmas letter next year.
Charity—run a ½ marathon in February and a full marathon in April. Continue querying to get an agent.
K—survive the 8th grade and make it to High School where she can take orchestra again.
A1—make the school basketball team.
A2—start running 5k races.
C—keep building his roads and start pre-school.
Do you send out letters to your family at the end of the year?