Bite Me

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This is what happened…

Reagan and Kayla fighting in the back seat. Reagan hits Kayla. Kayla bites Reagan‘s arm. Reagan rips her arm back while in Kayla’s mouth. Tooth comes flying out!

Tooth

It was loose anyway. Nothing like a good fight to get it all the way out.

There will be blood.

Soccer Buds

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Back on the field for Spring soccer. Only one thing better than playing soccer…playing with your best buddy! Kayla’s best buddy and neighbor, Zoe, joined our team this season! Now, hopefully we can keep the talking to a minimum and play ball.

Soccer Buds

Spring Break 2016

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Welcome back to Hawaii!  3rd visit for a 6 year old.  Not bad.

Hawaii 2016

This trip Kayla was old enough to do a lot of the stuff she previously sat out on.  Like swimming in a waterfall fed mountain pool.  Too bad the rain had been light and flow was low.

Hawaii 2016

I told her she was in Jurassic Park!  They filmed scenes in this valley.

Hawaii 2016

But she said she belonged on the beach.  Never seen a kid that likes sand this much.

Hawaii 2016
Water is good too.  She swam all over the ocean.  Probably deeper than the big kids.

Hawaii 2016

Out on her first dinner cruise.  She enjoyed the views but especially the dancing at night!

Hawaii 2016

That’s a taste of our trip. Had lots more photos. Posted them over here

Doing It Myself

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Snowboarding

I have graduated another child from the Brandon Fuller Ski School. Kayla has outgrown the use of the “ropes” and is now detached from Dad. Ah, free at last!

I was too busy chasing her around to shoot photos but I got a few good video clips. Kayla started to master the control on this next video. She figured out how to slow herself in any situation via the “pizza” and is now pretty good at it. The rest of the time, we are working on our turns.

The funny part about this kid is that she will try anything. “Want to go through the half pipe?”, I asked. Sure! She went.

She is a tad more fearless than the others were. And she definitely wants to keep up with them. Quite a sight. A proud moment for me.