In preparation for a couple of winter soccer tournaments, Cait's soccer team played several scrimmages. During a scrimmage against the number 3 team in the state a year older, we were winning 1-0 and they were getting frustrated. Towards the end of the game, Cait and an opposing player were running directly at one another for the ball. Cait got there first with a slide and won the ball which must have irked the other girl because instead of turning away, she just ran right over Cait. This was the result. It was pretty nasty for at least a week and she was teased at school for having a hickie!
Monday, January 18, 2010
Posted by Paula at 6:32 PM
In November, Ness and Cait had a dance party at our house. After getting all danced out the kids had a rambunctious rubber band war (even Shawn and Justin joined in), and then they played Awkward Position! Like typical, I forgot to get the camera till the end, but at least I did get some!
Basically the object of the game is to get everyone wrapped up in a big knot without the first victim dropping the key in his hand. They had a few go rounds before this one finally took!
Posted by Paula at 5:25 PM
Yep, we braved the cold and went to the BYU v UNM football game. We went with our good friends, the Laceys. It was fun, BYU won, but in the end decided that the Farmington v Del Norte high school football game we had seen the night before was more entertaining.
What I have learned from these next 2 pictures is that getting men to focus all at the same time is quite a feat! jk
Back row: Shawn, Diana Lacey, Sam Lacey, Mike Lacey
Front row: Lauren McDermott, Caitlin and Jenessa
Posted by Paula at 4:14 PM
Can't believe that my parents have been married for 50 years! What a gift from Heavenly Father to be one of their children and to be apart of such a wonderful and amazing extended family! I only hope that Shawn and I can give our children the blessing of lots of love, good doses of discipline, with a whole bucket full of craziness and fun. They've been through thick and thin and are coming out on the other side in tact and still in love.
Thank you Mom and Dad, I LOVE YOU!
To my siblings and their children: I am sooo grateful to be your sister and to have you and your amazing children be sealed to me for eternity! Who wouldn't want to share in this chaos?!
Posted by Paula at 1:33 PM