Brody has been assigned the Tom Turkey project for the past two years. This year, it was Colby's turn, and he was determined to disguise his turkey as Spiderman. Lucky for him, Jason is a great artist and could help him do just that. I think Tom Turkey turned out great!
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Brody's Fall soccer season ended with his best game of the season on Saturday, November 2. He played really well and made a lot of the corrections that Coach Donnie has been working with him on this season. He ended the game scoring 5 goals!
The team got together at Maggie Moos to celebrate a fun season and receive their trophies. Brody is always happy to get another trophy! We are proud of Brody for his hard work this season and are really looking forward to Spring Soccer.
The Halloween fun continued the next night at our church's Trunk or Treat and the Bluegrass Family Halloween Party. We even won a prize for best family costume at Bluegrass. The boys were super excited about that!
Halloween night got a little messed up this year due to crazy wind and storms. So, instead of trick or treating on Halloween night, we finished carving our pumpkin and then went to dinner. We ended up trick or treating on the night after Halloween, along with most of our neighborhood. Poppy, Nana, Poogie, Jeremy, Tammy, and Kylee joined us. The boys had a great time and got a lot of candy trick or treating with Kylee.
Colby's Kindergarten class had their Halloween party on Halloween day, and Colby decided to dress up as Dr. Doyle, his cardiologist. I think it is awesome that he wanted to be Dr. Doyle. It shows me how much he truly loves Dr. Doyle and the care that he receives at Vanderbilt Children's!
The kids' party started with lunch, followed by a game and a craft, and I think they all had a lot of fun. I know that Jason and I had a lot of fun being there with Colby!