Thursday, January 26, 2012

All things Kylie...and more

So I thought once I did the last post with Halloween and such, that I had completed all things from October...not so much :) This post is going to be a mix of all sorts of things and stuff we did in October.

Not sure what this was from...nothing more than a cute pic :)

Followed by another cute one...silly laugh this time :)

Matt's mom has a beautiful rocking horse in her house upstairs. We can see it from the living below and have visited it many times. This was the first time Kylie wanted to sit on it.

I'm pretty sure she likes it! She has been on it several times since...yay, or no...yeehaw!

Just a pic of Kylie being silly at lunch time one day. She is silly just like Matt!

I decided that since Kylie was bringing home so many things from school, that we needed to display them in her playroom. So I got a strip of fabric and tacket it up like a clothes line of sorts, and we hang her pics on it. We change them out when she gets new every week :)

This was from another pumpkin patch place we went to, and I just thought this pic of Kylie holding Matt's hand was just so cute. So yes, some photo editing, and here you go.

We went to the park later that was just too nice out not to. Kylie loves to climb and can get up just about anything she sees.

Coming down the slide!

Kylie went in for another hair cut. She did so great! Just put her in the jeep, and pop in a movie and she is good to go! It doesn't get much better than that!

All done after her haircut!

Every year in October (for the last couple of years), we have Infantile Spasms Awareness Week. This is a time that we try to draw awareness to the devastating form of epilepsy that Kylie was diagnosed with as a baby. One thing we like to do is wear purple to show our support for epilepsy. Here are some pics I got of Kylie that week sporting some purple.

Not only was she wearing purple, but she found some of my shoes and was walking around in them....she walks in them way better than I do :)

Oops...she slipped out of the shoes!

Holding my this!

Yep, she's a purple princess!

"Ohhhh mom, do you have to take another pic?" Yes, yes I do.

Some of our friends from church put a team together for the Step Up for Down's Syndrome Walk KC, and we went to show our support.
Yay for team "All For One, 21 For All!"

LC and Jace ready to get this walk a these guys, they are so cute!

Dariya...just loves those eyes of hers!

Dariya's sister Alayna was not able to make it. She was sick and in the hospital just the day before. We all walked for her too!

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Boo! has been awhile, and I have gotten behind on blogging. Matt says to pick up the posts from here on out, but I can't...I gotta do Halloween and Kylie's birthday and everything in between and there after.

Here goes!

I know I did some pumpkin-y posts, and now we have Halloween! One night, Matt took Kylie with him to the store and just 2 minutes or so after they left...he called. He told me that he asked Kylie what she wanted to be for Halloween, and he wanted me to hear her say it. So while on the phone, he asks her what she wants to be. I hear her say something, and instantly thought that it just didn't make sense. So I suggested Tinkerbell, because it started with the same letter as the word that I thought I heard her say....nope.

Before I tell you (for those of you who don't know), here is a video of her telling us....yes, we had to record it because it is that unique :)

There was no convincing Kylie that she could be anything but a triangle for Halloween. If we suggested anything else or questioned what she wanted to be...she would totally melt down. It was almost like we were questioning who she was....a triangle. Oh and not just any triangle. She said she wanted to be a light blue triangle. After all, blue is her favorite color.

Here are the hand puppets I made for her friends in her Kindermusik class.

This was the first time she got to wear her costume...she did not want to wear it. simple as it was, it was somewhat of a challenge to construct a triangle, or at least figure out the best supplies to use. We told her she could take the hat off, once all of her classmates arrived.

Hmm...I bet she is thinking that she can not believe she is really a triangle...her dream come true :)

She is starting to get nervous about going into the classroom...trying to hide.

Getting warmed up with some scarves.

Story time with Miss Miranda...she loves her so much!

Triangle Costume take 2: Next was trick or treat at her school. Here are the finger puppets I made for her classmates.

The kiddos waiting for all of their classmates to arrive, so they can get started...they are all so cute!

So much cuteness in one pic!

I swear it looks like they are all lined up for a mug

On the hunt for some more candy.

She was kind of nervous at first, but then got the hang of it....she started checking the goods before taking something....going for the chocolate :)

Triangle Costume take 3: We went to visit Grandma Nancy at her work, and went trick or treating there too! The girl had tons of candy by the time it was all said and done with! She already had some practice and was doing great with saying trick or treat and thank you after a couple of stops...yay Kylie!

One of her first stops...trying to hide her face, but shortly after she had a run of the place and did fantastic!

Triangle Costume take 4: No pics, but we did go to Matt's was his first day at his new job! Everyone was so nice, and it was a great way for Matt to re-meet people he had met earlier that morning. No one will ever forget him, especially after meeting his cute little blue triangle :)

Triangle Costume take 5: So what would good would a costume be if you can't ring doorbells and knock on doors. Kylie was a pro by the time Halloween night was here. She loved it too! By this time, she had already figured out that "okay, I have to interact with people, but they give me candy...usually chocolate, which I love." "I can do this."

She was so great, that we waited on the driveway or at the bottom of the steps, while she went to the door. It was soooo great to see this!

I love this...sucker in the mouth, and trucking on for more candy. She had us hold her sucker while she went to get more :)

I got a pic of our shadow holding her it!


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